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STANLEY 
HARDWARE 



Catalog 71 



[STANLEY] 



THE STANLEY WORKS 

NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT, U.S.A. 



Sahs Offices tmd Warehouses 



NEW YORK 13 

100 LafayettA Street 



CHICAGO 10 

61 Weit Kinzie Stre«t 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Safes Offices 

LOS ANGELES 



SEAHLE 



Copyright The Stanley Works 



The Stanley Works storted to manufacture hardware in 1843 • since the very beginning, 
it has been our policy to manufacture the highest qualify of product at the lowest possible 
price — quality considered first • the consistent growth to our present position as the 
largest hardware manufacturer in the world testifies to the wisdom of that policy which 
we shall strive to maintain 

this growth and success, of our company, would not hove been possible without the assist- 
ance of thousands of loyal friends in the field of hardware distribution, building and 
architecture • we hope we may number you among those friends and welcome your 
cooperation and suggestions 

we take real pride In presenting this catalog to you • every care has been taken to 
include complete and detailed information to help you in making your selection • the 
illustrations ore new and mechanical details, application and packing information are 
correct as of the time of printing 

the arrangement of the catalog in sections, grouping similar items or types of hardware, 
should prove to be a real convenience to you 

your particular attention is directed to the "selector guide" on pages 10 to 15 which has 
been prepared to simplify the selection of hinges to meet any condition 

in addition to the Hardware Division, The Stanley Works includes Stanley Tools, 
manufacturers of carpenters' and mechanics' tools and Stanley Electric Tools, manufac- 
turers of portable electric tools; all of which are located in New Britain, Connecticut • 
branch plants ore The North Brothers Manufacturing Company located in Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania and Russell Jennings Manufacturing Company located in Chester, Connect- 
icut • other plants are located in Bridgeport, Rainbow, Plontsville and East Berlin, 
Connecticut; Miles, Ohio; Newark, New Jersey; South Shaftsbury, Vermont; Pulaski, 
Tennessee; Hamilton, Ontario and Roxton Pond, Quebec, Canada 

the trade-mark, shown below, our labels and many of our class numbers are fully pro- 
tected by registration in the United States and foreign countries 



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section 




section 




section 




section 


number 


— page 


number 


— page 


number - 


- page 


number — 


-page 


IPJ 


J-16 


BBIU 


A-12 


HTBB 167/2 


A-25 


HTBB 193 


A-19 


3'/2 


J-2 


HTBB114 


A-24 


BBl 68 


A-2 


STSBB193 


A-5 


4 


K-2 


BB116 


A-11 


HTBB 168 


A-18 


STSDBB193 


A-5 


CD4 


N-5 


BB118 


A-2 


BBl 69 


A-14 


194 


B-3 


Sc4 


K-2 


HTBBllS 


A-IB 


HTBB 169 


A-26 


195 


D-18 


4Vi 


K-2 


120 


J-18 


BB169'/2 


A-16 


HT195 


D-23 


Sc4y2 


K-2 


BB123 


A-IO 


HTBB 1 69 '/2 


A-28 


196/2 


B-15 


5 


K-2 


HTBB123 


A-22 


BBl 70 


A-15 


ALD 196/2 


B-15 


Sc5 


K-2 


125 


B-13 


HTBB 170 


A-27 


STS 196/2 


B-15 


13 


J-18 


BB125 


A-11 


BB171 


A-15 


STSD 196/2 


B-15 


15 


J-3 


BB126 


A-29 


BB172 


A-11 


ALDDFP 196/2 


B-14 


16 


J.3 


BB128 


A-13 


HTBB172 


A-23 


STSDFP 196/2 


B-14 


23- 


F-6 


HTBB128 


A-25 


BB173 


A-n 


STSDDFP 196/2 


B-14 


23'/4 


F-6 


BB129 


A-14 


BBl 73/2 


A-11 


DFP 196/2 


B-14 


27 


J-3 


HTBB129 


A-26 


174 


B-3 


ALDBB199 


A.4 


CD27 


N-5 


BB129'/2 


A-16 


BBl 74 


A-3 


BBl 99 


A-2 


29 


J-3 


HTBB129'/2 


A-28 


HT174 


B-2 


HTBB199 


A-18 


CD29 


N-5 


BB131 


A-15 


HTBB 174 


A-19 


STSBB199 


A-4 


30 


D-14 


HTBB132 


A-23 


175 


B-3 


STSDBB199 


■a-4 


32 


D-14 


BB133 


A-11 


NT 175 


D-23 


200 


D-20 


33 * 


D-13 


HTBB134 


A-27 


178 


B-15 


BB200 


A-9 


CD33 


N-2 


BB138 


A-12 


DFP178 


B-14 


201 


D-20 


3374 


D-13 


HTBB13B 


A-24 


179 


B-7 


BB201 


A.9 


34 


D-13 


BBUO 


A-9 


BBl 79 


A-6 


BB202 


A-8 


36 


D-14 


BB141 


A-9 


1791/2 


B-7 


BB204 


A-8 


37 


D-13 


BB142 


A-8 


BBl 79 '/2 


A-6 


205 


K-14 


CD37 


N-2 


BB143 


A-8 


ALDBB180 


A-5 


CD205 


K-14 


39 


D-13 


HT145 


B-2 


BBl 80 


A-3 


210 


J-7 


43 


F-7 


HTBB145 


A-19 


HTBB180 


A-19 


216 


B-10 


51 


J-6 


146 


B-7 


STSBBIBO 


A-5 


HT235 B-2 


,0-23 


Se51 


J-6 


BB1^6 


A-6 


STSDBB180 


A-5 


HTBB235 


A-19 


52 


F-6 


BB147 


A-20 


ALDBB181 


A-4 


239 


B-3 


52V2 


F-6 


HTBB147 


A-21 


BB181 


A-2 


BB239 


A-3 


53 


F-7 


148 


B-15 


HTBB181 


A-18 


HT239 B-2 


D-23 


055 


F-4 


DFP148 


B-14 


STSBB181 


A-4 


HTBB239 A-19 


D-23 


57 


F-2 


152 


J-9 


STSDBB181 


A-4 


241 B-7, E- 13 


86 


B-10 


152'/4 


J -9 


184 


B-5 


BB241 


A-6 


BB92 


A-S 


BB153 


A-20 


18472 


B-5 


RD241 


B-6 


BB95 


A-9 


HTBB153 


A-21 


BBl 84 


A-7 


241/2 


B-7 


BB98 


A-12 


154 


J-9 


BBl 84 '/2 


A-7 


BB241/2 


A-6 


HTBB98 


A-24 


1541/4 


J-9 


BBl 87 


A-17 


242 


B-7 


100 


D-20 


155 


F-3 


189 


D-18 


BB242 


A-6 


BBIOO 


A-9 


BB156 


F-2 


191 


B-5 


RD242 


B-6 


BB104 


A-8 


BB157 


F-2 


BBl 91 


A-7 


243 


B-B 


BB108 


A-13 


158 


j-n 


191 'A 


B-5 


BB243 


B8 


HTBB108 


A-25 


CD158 


N-5 


BBl 91 '/2 


A-7 


246 


B-4 


BB109 


A-14 


159 


J-n 


192'/2 


B-15 


BB246 


B-4 


HTBB109 


A-26 


BB162 


A-11 


AID 19272 


B-15 


BB247 


A.20 


BB109'/2 


A-16 


BB163 


A-10 


STS 192/2 


B-15 


HTBB247 


A-21 


HTBB109'/2 


A-28 


HTBB163 


A-22 


STSD192y2 


B-15 


BB250 


A-2 


BBllO 


A-15 


165 


B-13 


ALDDFP 192/2 


B-14 


HTBB250 


A-18 


HTBBllO 


A-27 


BBl 65 


A-n 


STSDFP 192/2 


B-14 


BB251 


A-2 


BB112 


A-11 


BBl 65 '/2 


A-11 


STSDDFP 192/2 


B-14 


HTBB251 


A-18 


HTBB112 


A-23 


166 


B-12 


DFP 192/2 


B-14 


BB253 


A-20 


BBn3 


A-10 


BBl 67 


A-13 


ALDBB193 


A-5 


HTBB253 


A-21 


HTBBllS 


A-22 


BBl 67 '/2 


A-13 


BB193 


A-3 


260 


B-n 



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continued 






number 


section 
— poge 


number 


section 
— page 


section 
number — page 


BB266 


A-29 


397 


H-7 


8I: 


C-8 


267 


B-16 


405 


H-12 


814 


r.ft 


277 
W277 


E-12 
E-12 


406 
408 


H-10 
H-11 


8 14/2 C-8 
816 C-8 


282 
HT282 


D-18 
D-23 


416 
430 


H-9 
K-10 


81 6/2 C-8 
820 r.7 


284 


D-19 


432 


K-10 


823 


B-9 


285 


D-18 


435 


K-10 


Sc823 


B-9 


286 


D-19 


441 


K-12 


827 


M-4 


289 D-18,E-12 


443 


H-2 


828 


B-1 1 


289/2 


D-18 


444 


H-2 


830 


B-1 1 


290 
bFP290 


B-15 
B-14 


446 
446/4 


K-13 
K-13 


834 
838 


C-5 
C-3 


291 


B-15 


446/2 


K-13 


CD838 


N-4 


DFP291 


B.14 


448 


K-12 


840 


C-3 


295 


D-18 


450 


1-9 


CD840 


N-4 


HT295 


D-23 


453 


H-2 


842 


C-6 
M-4 


295 '/2 


D-18 


454 


H-2 


845 


31 1 


K-17 


455 


H-3 


850 


C-2 


0311 


K-17 


456 


H-3 


BB852 


A.. in 


31114 
0311'/4 
332 


K-17 
K-17 


457 
458 


H-3 
H-3 


BB852/4 A-30 
BB852/2 A-30 


D-15 


459 


H-3 


857 


E-9 


343 


D-22 


464 


J-6 


W857 


E-9 


CD343 


N-4 


465 


J-6 


858 


E-9 


344 


G-17 


465/4 


J-6 


W858 


E-9 


345 


G-17 


A70 


1-10 


875 


K-16 


346 


G-17 


A76 


D-10 


900 


G-2 


CD346 


N-3 


A76Va 


D-10 


CD900 


N-3 


349 


G-17 


All 


J-6 


Sc900 


G-2 


355 

* 355/4 


H-16 
H-16 


479 
CD479 


J-6 
N.5 


902 
Sc902 


G-3 


356 

356/4 


H-17 


482 


i-n 


Sc902/2 0-9 


H-17 


CD482 


N-5 


904 


G-6 


357 


H-17 


482/4 


Ml 


CD904 


N-3 


358 
358 '4 


H-8 
H-8 


486 
491 


1-10 
K-2 


Sc904 
906 


G-6 
G-7 


363 


H-4 


5S1 


E-8 


Sc906 


G-7 


364 


H-4 


W551 


E-8 


908 


G-8 


366 


H-4 


558 


E-8 


Sc908 


G-8 


367 


H-4 


W558 


E-8 


911 


G-12 


369 


H-8 


595/2 


D-20 


CD91 1 


N-3 


369 '4 


H-8 


731 


B-9 


Sc9n 


G-12 


377 


H-8 


732 


0-8 


912 


G-15 


378 


H-8 


734 


0-9 


CD912 


N-3 


379 


H-4 


737 


0-8 


Sc912 


G-15 


381 


H-4 


737/2 


0-8 


913 


G-18 


382 


H-5 


794 


K-3 


914 


G-14 


385 


H-5 


796 


K-3 


915 


G-13 


386 


H-5 


800 


03 


CD915 


N-3 


0393 


F-10 


802 


C-6 


Sc9J5 


G-13 


393 


H-7 


804 


C-5 


917 


G-1 1 


393/2 


H-6 


Sc804 


C-5 


CD917 


N-3 


394 


H-6 


806 


C-6 


Sc917 


G-1 1 


395 


H-7 


808 


C-4 


923 


K-18 


396 


H-6 


810 


C-7 


925 


G-J4 


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section 


number 


— page 


935 


G-4 


Sc935 


G-4 


937 


G-5 


Sc937 


G-5 


940 


M-3 


940/2 


M-3 


941 


G-1 6 


951 


G-9 


952 


G-10 


953 


G-9 


BB957 


0-4 


DB957 


0-4 


BB959 


0-5 


DB959 


0-5 


Sc965 


0-7 


Sc966 


0-7 


Sc969/2 


0-7 


972 


G-18 


974 


G-18 


975 


G-18 


976 


G-1 9 


980 


G-19 


981 


G-19 


982 


G-19 


987 


G-19 


991 


K-21 


993 


K-20 


993/2 


K-20 


994, 


K-21 


995 


K-6 


CD995 


N-4 


995/2 


K-7 


996 


K-8 


996/2 


K-8 


CD996/2 


N-4 


997 


K-6 


CD997 


N-4 


997/2 


K-8 


998 


K-8 


999 


K-7 


CD999 


N-4 


1000 


H-19 


1004/2 


P-54 


1005 


H-19 


1010 


H-18 


1050 


H-18 


1052 


H-21 


1053 


H-20 


1053/2 


H-20 


1054 


H-16 


1055 


H-16 


1056 


H-17 


1057 


H-17 


1073 


H-12 


1076 


H-12 











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continued 






section 




section 


section 




section 


number 


— page 


number — 


-page 


number — page 


number 


— page 


CD 1076 


N-3 


1215 


K-18 


1289 'A 1-5 


1476 


D-22 


Scl076 


H-12 


1216 


1-17 


1298 D-7 


147672 D-22 


Scl076'/4 


H-12 


1219 


1-17 


1298'/4 D-7 


1478 


D-21 


1077 


H-10 


1 226 


1-16 


1299 D-7 


CD 1478 


N-2 


1078 


H-10 


1230 


K-20 


1299'/4 D-7 


1479 


D-21 


CD 1078 


N-3 


1231 K-20,O-51 1 


12 99 'A D-7 


1480 


D-21 


Scl078 


H-10 


1236 


E-14 


1 2993/4 D-7 


1481 


D-21 


Scl078'/4 


H-10 


W1236 


E-14 


1312 K-16 


1482 


D-21 


1084 


H-11 


1236'/2 


E-14 


1313 C-8 


1484 


D-21 


Scl084 


H-11 


W1236'/2 


E-14 


1315 C-3 


CD1484 


N-2 


Scl084'/4 


H-11 


1237 


E-15 


1317 C-3 


1490 


D-21 


10^8 


H-15 


W1237 


E-15 


1319 C-4 


149074 D-21 


Scl088 


H-15 


12 37 '/a 


E-15 


1321 C-6 


1495 


D-21 


1096 


H-9 


W1237'/2 


E-15 


1326 H-13 


1521 


D-17 


no2 


H-15 


1239 


E-17 


1332 H-15 


1522 


D-16 


1109 


H-11 


W1239 


E-17 


1333 B-11 


152272 D-16 


1112 


H-13 


1240 


1-8 


1334 C-5 


1523 


D-15 


1114 


H-13 


1242 


1-2 


1335 H-11 


152372 D-15 


1118 


H-13 


1242 'A 


1-2 


1336 H-15 


1524 


D-17 


1120, 


t-9 


1243 


E-16 


1342 M-5 


152472 D-17 


;i2i 


E-17 


W1243 


E-16 


1 345 B-9 


1526 


D-15 


W1121 


E-17 


1243'/2 


E-16 


1346 M-5 


152672 D-15 


1123 


E-18 


W 124372 


E-16 


1 360 M-5 


1527 


D-16 


W1123 


E-18 


1244 


1-4 


Scl 360 M-5 


152772 D-16 


1123'/4 


E-18 


1245 


t-8 


1360x1380 M-9 


1528 


D-17 


W1123'/4 


E-18 


1248 


1-2 


1360x1382 M-9 


152872 D-17 


1124 


1-9 


1248'/2 


1-2 


1364 M-5 


1529 


D-16 


1124'/4 


E-17 


1250 


1-3 


Scl 364 M-5 


CD1529 


N-2 


W1124'/4 


E-17 


1250'/2 


1-3 


1364x138072 M-9 


152972 D-16 


1124'/2 


E-17 


1252 


1-6 


1364x1 382 'A M-9 


1530 


D-16 


W1124'/2 


E-17 


1254 


E-19 


1380 M-10 


CD1530 


N-2 


1125 


1-9 


W1254 


E-19 


138072 M-10 


153072 D-16 


1134 


H-10 


1256 


E-19 


1382 M-10 


1531 


D-16 


1136 


H-10 


W1256 


E-19 


138272 M-10 


1532 


D.17 


1138 


H-17 


1257 


1-11 


1430 D-21 


1533 


D-17 


Scll50 


H-14 


1258 


J-6 


1431 D-21 


1535 


D-17 


Scll51 


H-14 


1260 


1-3 


1432 D-21 


1539 


D-15 


Scl 152 


H-14 


1261 


1-7 


1441 K-16 


CD 1539 


N-2 


Scl 153 


H-14 


1261 'A 


1-7 


1443 K-16 


153972 D-15 


Scl 154 


H-14 


1263 


1-6 


BB1452 0-2 


1565 


D-16 


Sen 55 


H-14 


1264 


1-6 


BB145272 0-2 


156572 D-16 


1158 


J-U 


1265 


1-12 


BB1454 0-3 


1566 


D-15 


1159 


J-14 


1266 


1-12 


BB1456 0-2 


1566V 


2 D-15 


1162 


J- 13 


1267 


1-7 


BBTM1456 0-2 


1583 


D-15 


1164. 


J- 13 


1270 


1-14 


BB1458 0-3 


158372 D-15 


1165 


H-9 


1271 


1-14 


BBTM1458 0-3 


1584 


D-15 


1166 


H-9 


1273 


1-14 


BB1460 0-6 


158472 D-15 


1172 


J-13 


1274 


E-19 


1469 D-22 


1606x 


1652 M-7 


1174 


J-13 


W1274 


E-19 


146972 D-22 


1612^ 


1650 M-8 


1190 


E-21 


1275 


1-13 


1471 D-22 


1616x 


1650 M-7 


wn90 


E-21 


1278 


E-19 


147172 D-22 


1616x1658 M-8 


1191 


E-21 


W1278 


E-19 


1473 D-22 


1620> 


1666 M-6 


W1191 


E-21 


1279 


1-13 


147372 D-22 


1624> 


1666 M-6 


1205 


1-15 


1280 


J-8 


1474 D-21 


1634 


F-5 


1207 


1-15 


12 80 'A 


J-8 


1475 D-21 


1637 


K-24. 


1214 


1-16 


1289 


1-5 


CD 1475 N-2 


1640 


M-5 


Rev. 53-4 








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number 

Scl640 
i640x 
1640x 
1642 
1644 
Scl644 
1644x 
1644x 
1646 
1650 
1652 
1664 
1665 
1666 
1672 
1674 
1675 
1675'/2 
1676 
1676!/2 
1677 
1677'/2 
1679 
1680 
1680'/2 
1682 
1682/2 
1685 
1 685-/2 
1686 
1686/2 
1687 
1687/2 
1692 
1693 
1693/2 
1694 
1694/2 
1695 
1695/2 
1697 
1697/4 
1704 
1706 
1708 
1713 
1713/4 
1714 
1714/4 
1716 
1717 
1719 
1723/2 
1724 
1724/4 
1725 



1680 
1682 



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M-5 
M-9 
M-9 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
1680/2 M-9 
1682/2 M-9 
M-5 
h^-7 
M-7 
G-10 
G-9 
M-6 
M-10 
F-5 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-10 
M-10 
M-10 
M-10 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-10 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
M-2 
H-12 
H-12 
J-16 
J-20 
J-20 
J-20 
J-20 
J-20 
J-20 
J-19 
J-19 
J-22 
J-22 
J-17 
J-17 
J- 18 



number 

1727 
1728 
XB1728 
1732 
1732/2 
1734 
1734/2 
CD1734 
1736 
1737 
1737'^ 
1738 
1739 
1742 
1743 
1743/2 
1749 
1750 
1751 
1752 
1755 
STS 1755/2 
STSD 1755/2 
1756 
STS 1756/2 
STSD 1756/2 
1760 
1761 
1762 
1763 
1764 
1766 
1768 
1769 
1771 
1774 
1775 
1775 X 1771 
1776/2 
1778/2 
1778/2 X 1771 

1779 

Scl850 

Scl854 

1858 

W1858 

1859 

W1859 

Scl860 

1862 

1938 

1942 

1956 

1985 

1986 

2152 



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J-23 
J-23 
J-23 
J-21 
J-21 
J-17 
J-17 
N-5 
J-4 
J-4 
J-4 
J-5 
J-5 
J-17 
J-17 
J-17 
J-15 
J- 15 
J-12 
J-15 
J-12 
J-12 
J-12 
J-12 
J-12 
J-12 
K-4 
K-4 
K-4 
J-2 
K-4 
J-2 
K-5 
K-5 
O-IO 
O-IO 
0-11 
0-11 
O-ll 
0-11 
o-ll 
o-ll 
G-2 
G-6 
E-10 
E-10 

E-n 

E-1 1 

G-13 

G-17 

K-5 

K-5 

K-n 

K-9 

K-9 

J-10 



number 

2154 
T2504 
T2505 
T2509 
T2510 
T2515 
1251 9 
T2519/2 
2525 
2526 
2527 
2528 
2529 
2530 
2531 
2532 
2540 
2546/2 
2548 
2549 
2550 
2551 
YW2551 
2552 
YW2552 
YW2552/2 
YW2553 
2554 
2556 
2557 
2557/2 
2558 
2559 
2559/2 
BBXT2600 
XT2600 
BBXT2 600/2 
SX2605 
X2605 
BBX2605/2 
SX26 1 
SX2610A 
SX2610A-3D 
SX2610A-4D 
SX2610A-5D 
SX2610A-6D 
SX2610D-2D 
SX2610D-4D 
SY2610A-3D 
SY2610A-4D 
SY2610A-4/2D 
SY2610A-5D 
SY2610A-6D 
W2610 
W2610-C 
W2610-CS 



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J. 

o- 
o- 
o. 
o- 
o- 

O- 

o- 

0-31 

O-30 

0-32 

0-32 

0-32 

0-31 

O-30 

0-31 

0-43 

0-51 

0-51 

0-49 

0-49 

0-49 

O-50 

0-49 

O-50 

O-50 

O-50 

0-51 

0-49 

0-51 

0-51 

0-51 

0-51 

0-51 

0-41 

0-41 

0-41 

0-17 

O-40 

O-40 

0-26 

0-18 

0-19 

0-19 

0-19 

0-19 

O-20 

O-20 

0-38 

0-38 

0-38 

0-39 

0-39 

0-36 

0-48 

0-48 



number 

W2610-E 
W2610-I 
X2610 
X2610-E 
X2610-I 
Y26I0 
Y2610-C 
Y2610-CS 
Y2610-E 
Y2610-I 
SX2613 
SX2613-3D 
3X261 3-4D 
SX2613-5D 
SX2613-6D 
X2613 
2640 
W264I 
W2641-CT 
W2641-EC 
X2641 
X2641-CT 
X2641-EC 
XY2641 
Y2641 
Y2641-CT 
Y2641-EC 
X2643 
X2645 
X2646 

BBW2650 
BBX2650 

BBXY2650 
BBY2650 

SX2650 

W2650 
X2650 
X2650-C 
X2650-CS 

XY2650 
Y2650 

SX 2650/2 
X2650/2 

SX2651 

W2651 

W2651-D 

W2651-T 
X2651 
X2651-D 
X2651-T 
Y2651 
Y2651-D 
Y2651-T 
X 265 1/2 

SX2652 

W2652 



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0-48 

0-48 

0-26 

0-46 

0-46 

0-36 

0-47 

0-47 

0-47 

0-47 

0-22 

0-23 

0-23 

0-23 

0-23 

0-23 

O-IO 

0-45 

0-43 

0-46 

0-44 

0-43 

0-46 

0-44 , 

0-45 

0-43 

0-46 

0-44 

0-33 

0-33 

0-37 

0-34 

0-34 

0-37 

0-27 

0-37 

0-34 

0-46 

0-46 

0-34 

0-37 

0-27 

0-35 

0-29 

0-48 

0-48 

0-48 

0-46 

0-46 

0-46 

0-47 

0-47 

0-47 

0-46 

0-29 

0-48 



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number 


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number — 


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number 


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number 


— page 


W2652-D 


0-4B 


T2692-D 


F-20 


E4136A5 


P-63 


4495 


D-12 


X2652 


0-46 


S2692-1 


F-21 


E4137A5 


P-63 


7000 


L-4 


X2652-D 


0-46 


S2692-2 


F-21 


E4138A5 


P-63 


7001 


L-2 


Y2652 


0-47 


S2692-3 


F-21 


4220 


D-6 


7002 


L-2 


Y2652-D 


0-47 


S2692-4 


F-21 


4224 


D-6 


7003 


L-5 


X2652'/2 


0-46 


S2692-5 


F-21 


4229 


D-6 


7003/2 


L-5 


SX2654 


0-28 


S2692-6 


F-21 


4274 


E-18 


7004 


L-3 


X2654 


0-35 


S2692-7 


F-21 


W4274 


E-18 


7004/2 


L-3 


X2655 


0-42 


2692-8 


F-20 


4301 


E-5 


7006 


L-6 


X2655-2 


0-42 


2692-11 


F-24 


4302 


E-5 


7007 


L-6 


2670-BG 


F-10 


2694 


F-25 


4303 


E-5 


7008 


L-3 


2670-BP 


F-10 


2695 


F-25 


4304 


E-3 


7008/2 


L-3 


2670-DG 


F-10 


2705-Bl 


F-8 


4305 


E-3 


7010 


L-6 


2670-MG 


F-10 


2705-B2 


F-8 


4306 


E-6 


7020 


K-15 


2670-SG 


F-10 


2705-Cl 


F-S 


4307 


E-6 


7021 


K-15 


2670-TP 


F-10 


2705-C2 


F-S 


4308 


E-6 


7025/4 


L-7 


X2670 


F-n 


271 OATS 


P-10 


4309 


E-4 


7070 


K-19 


BBX2670'/2 


F-n 


271 1 AHM 


P-14 


4310 


E-3 


7097 


K-14 


X2671 


F-12 


271 1 AHO 


P-16 


4311 


E-4 


CD7097 


N-4 


BBX267J V% 


F-12 


271 1 AHOL 


P-18 


4312 


E-4 






2680 


F-16 


2711 ATS 


P-12 


4313 


E-7 






2680-D 


F-16 


2712 HM 


P-34 


4314 


E-7 






T2680 


F-18 


2717 HL 


P-24 


4315 


E-7 






2680-1 


F-19 


2717 TS 


P-22 


4415 


E-20 






2680-5 


F-18 


2718 HM 


P-26 


W4415 


E-20 






2680-6 


F-18 


2718 HMP 


P-32 


4415'/2 


E-20 






2680-8 


F-23 


2718 HO 


P-28 


W4415'/2 


E-20 






2680-9 


F-23 


2718 HOL 


P-30 


4419 


D-11 






2680-10 


F-24 


2730 


P-50 


4420 


D-8 






2680-11 


F-24 


273 T/2 


P-42 


4422 


D-8 






2680-12 


F-22 


2731'/2 X 1001 


P-44 


4424 


D-8 






2680-14 


F-23 


2732 


P-46 


4429 


D-10 






2680-15 


F-22 


2733 


P-48 


4450 


D-9 






2681 


F-16 


2738 


P-56 


4451 


D-9 






2681-D 


F-16 


2744 


P-55 


4452 


D-9 






2681-1 


F-19 


2746 


P-54 


4453 


D-9 






2682 


F-16 


2748 


P-38 


4454 


D-11 






2682-D 


F-17 


2749 


P-38 


4455 


D-11 






2682-1 


F-19 


2750 


P-38 


4463 


D-10 






2683 


F-25 


2750 '/i 


P-38 


4464 


D-10 






2684 


F-25 


2756 


P-36 


4465 


D-10 






2685 


F-26 


2759 


P-37 


CD4465 


N-2 






2686 


F-24 


2770 


P-20 


4466 


D-10 






2687 


F-26 


3000 


K-22 


4467 


D-11 






2688 


F-25 


3002 


K-22 


4471 


D-12 






2689 


F-25 


3300 


K-22 


4476 


E-20 






2690-D 


F-17 


3306 


K-22 


W4476 


E-20 






T2690-D 


F-20 


3315 


K-22 


4477 


D-9 






S2 690-1 


F-21 


3320 


K-22 


4478 


D-9 






2690-8 


F-20 


4100 


K-19 


4479 


D-9 






2691-D 


F-17 


4106 


K-19 


4482 


D-12 






S2691-1 


F-21 


4107 


K-23 


4486 


D-12 






S2691-2 


F-21 


CD4107 


N-5 


4487 


D-12 






2692-A 


F-17 


4108 


K-23 


4492 


D-12 






2692-D 


F-17 


CD4108 


N-5 


4493 


D-12 






T2692 


F-20 


E4133-1B 


P-58 


4494 


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A 




accordion door hangers .... 


. . Fll, F12 


accordion door hardware . 


. . F10-F12 


adjustable track brackets 


. . . F18 


od juste rs, storm sash ..... 


. . J22, J23 


aluminum ball bearing hinges 


. . A4,A5 


antique hardware ..... 


. section E 



B 

bock flap hinges. . C8 

boll bearing hinges section A 

ball bearing hinges, garage .... 02-06 

bar holders K20 

bar latches . . . . . . . E5, E17, El 8, 19 

bars, closet . k15 

basket hasps G17 

basket hinges G17 

beveling description. 28 

black ornomentat hardware .... section E 

blind fasteners MIO 

blind fasteners, Boston pattern MIO 

blind hardware . section M 

blind hinges M3-M8 

blind holdbacks . M2 

blind hardware sets ........ M9 

bolt hooks GIO 

bolt hooks and strap hinges GIO 

bolts and door holders ...... section H 

bolts, barrel HIO, Hll, N3 

bolts, cane .......... HI 8 

bolts, case H9 

bolts, cellar window H12, N3 

bolts, chain HI 6 

bolts, cremone H8, H21 

bolts, espagnolette H20 

bolts, flush H5-H7 

bolts, foot HI 7 

bolts, garage door H9, H16-H21 

bolts, jamb F24 

bolts, "kee" HI 9 

bolts, screen HI 2 

bolts, shutter HI 3 

bolts, spring E21, H12-H15, H18 

bolts, surface E21, H4 

bolts, window spring H12 

Boston pattern blind fasteners MIO 

box strapping K22 

braces, chair K8, N4 

braces, corner ....... K6-K9, N4 

braces, garage door OlO 

braces, screen . J3, N5 

braces, screen door . . . . J3, J5, N5 

braces, table leg K12, K13 

brackets, folding K3 

brackets, shelf K3 

brackets, sliding door, interior residential . . F18 

brackets, track 046-048 

bullet catch D14 

bumper shoes 049, O50 

burrs K21 



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butt hinges — see hinges 

buttons, turn k2 N5 

C 

cabinet catches DT3, D14, N2 

cabinet hardware . section D 

cabinet hardware features ...... D2 

cabinet hinges D15-D22, E3, E4, N2 

cabinet latches D6, D7, E6, El 8 

cabinet pulls D8-D12, E6, E19, N2 

carded hardware section N 

case handles i]y 

casement hinge B16 

catches, bullet 014 

catches, cabinet D13, D14, N2 

catches, door p^ 

catches, friction . . . . . . . D13 N2 

catches, roller f6 

catches, screen door jj 

catches, transom H9 

cellar window bolts h12 

cellar window sets K4, K5 

center floor guide p23 

chain bolts ^^]^ 

chest handles 115^ 115 

chest hinges qj 

chromium plating 23 

clamps, handy KT4, N4 

clamps, line, "pul-tite" K19 

closet bars ^15 

clothesline hooks . . K23, N5 

clothesline pulleys K19 

continuous hinges K17 

converging door guide F24 

corner irons . . K7, K8, N4 

corrugated fasteners K22 

couplings, screen »- J3 

D 

decimal equivalents 29 

door guides F23, F24, 049, O50 

door holders H2, H3 

door pulls . . . E6, El 9, F25, 111-114, i6, N5 

door silencers F6 

door stops F24, 051 

drawer knobs D12, E4, E20 

drawer pulls. . . . D8-D12, E6, E19,'ll0, N5 

E 

edge pulls F25 

electric operators P58 P59 

electrotypes 23 

end caps 046 

F 

fasteners, blind MIO 

fasteners, corrugated K22 

fasteners, screen J2 

fasteners, scuttle p5 



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fasteners, window ........ J2 

federal type numbers • 31, 32 

finishes 30 

floor door guides . . . F23, F24, 049, O50 
floor guides, interior sliding door .... F23 

flush pulls F25 

floor hinges r2-F4 

folding door hinges ....... A17, B8 

folding screen hinge, double acting .... K16 

folding sliding door hangers. 026, O30, 031, 036 
folding sliding garage 

hardware . 014-026, 038, 039 

footiolts H17 

friction catches D13, N2 

friction hinges ...... A20, A21, K5 

G 

garage and industrial door 

hardware • section O 

garage door bolts H9, H16-H21 

garage^door braces OlO 

garage* door hardware section O 

garage door hinges G9, GIO, 02-09 

garage door holders OlO 

garage door latches 12-16, 113 

garage door mending plates . . . K6, K9, N4 
garage door sets, folding 

sliding 014-026, 038, 039 

garage door sets, hinged . . . • . -Oil 
garage door sets, parallel sliding .... 029 
garage door sets, rolling . . .012, 013, 017 
garage door sets, "roll-up" ..... P6-P40 
garage door sets, "slide-up" . . - . P56, P57 
garage door sets, straight sliding . . 027, 028 
garage door sets, "swing-up" .... P41-P54 
garage door sets, vertical lift ..... P55 

gate hinges K24 

gate latches ■ ■''' 

gauge equivalents ■'' 

general hardware section K 

government type numbers 31, 32 

guide, selector . • 15-21 

guides, interior residential sliding door . . F23, F24 
guides, floor door . . . F23, F24, 049, O50 
guide strips, interior sliding door . . . . F22 

H 

H and H-L hinges E8, E9 

hand of loose joint hinges • 27 

handles, case J'^ 

handles, chest 115,116 

handy clamp KM- N4 

hangers, accordion door '!!, r\Z 

hangers, barn door 032-037 

hangers, folding sliding door 026, O30, 031, 036 

hangers, rolling door 031, O40 

hangers, screen • • J16-J18, N5 

hangers, sliding door, interior . . . . F19, F21 



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hangers, storm sash J19-J21, H5 

hangers, straight sliding door . . - 032-037 

hasps, basket ..... , G17, N3 

hasps, hinge G15-G17, N3 

hasps, safety G11-G14, G17, N3 

hasps and staples G18, G19 

hot holders K14 

header trim for sliding doors F20 

hinge hasps G15-G17 

hinges, 241 B7 

hinges, bock flap C8 

hinges, ball bearing section A 

hinges, ball bearing, full mortise. . A2-A9, A18-A21 
hinges, ball bearing, full surface. A14-A17, A26-A29 
hinges, ball bearing, half mortise A12, A13, A24, A25 
hinges, boll bearing, half surface AlO, All, A22, A23 

hinges, basket G17 

hinges, blind M3-M8 

hinges, bolt hook and strap GIO 

hinges, broad C4, C5 

hinges, cabinet D15-D22,N2 

hinges, ear door A17 

hinges, casement B16 

hinges, chest C7 

hinges, continuous K17 

hinges, fast pin B15, C2-C8 

hinges, floor F2-F4 

hinges, folding door A17 

hinges, folding screen K16 

hinges, friction A20, A21, K5 

hinges, full mortise B2-B11, E12, E13 

hinges, full surface A14-A17, 

A26-A30, B12, C2, E4, ElO, E12 

hinges, garage 02-09 

hinges, gate K24 

hinges, H and H-L E8, E9 

hinges, half mortise . . . .A12, A13, A24, A25 
hinges, half surface . . . AlO, All, A22, A23, B13 
hinges, half surface garage. . . . 03,06,07 

hinges, hand of loose joint 27 

hinges, hospital type. . . . A18-A28, B2, D23 

hinges, laundry tub cover K16 

hinges, loose joint . . A8, A9, BIO, Bll, C6, D20 

hinges, loose pin. A2-A7, B3-B9 

hinges, narrow . C3, D18, N4 

hinges, olive knuckle A8, A9, D20 

hinges, ornamental D21, D22, N2 

hinges, painted, description of 23 

hinges, parliament Bll, M4 

hinges, pins, non-removable description . . 25 
hinges, pins, non-rising description .... 25 

hinges, pintles ........ G9, M3 

hinges, plain bearing ...... section B 

hinges, plain section C 

hinges, plain steel B9, C2-C8 

hinges, prison ......... A30 

hinges, refrigerator K16 



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hinges, round corner B6 

hinges, rules for sizes 17 

hinges, screen door B5, J9-J12, H5 

hinges, screw hooks G9 

hinges, screw hooks and eyes G9 

hinges, screw hooks and straps G9 

hinges, screw packing 24 

hinges, scuttle F5 

hinges, specifications 16, 17 

hinges, spring D22, J9-J11, N4 

hinges, strap . . . . E4, E7, ElO, G2-G4, N3 

hinges, swaging 28 

hinges, T> G5-G8, N3, 07 

hinges, table C7 

hinges, template description 24 

hinges, three to a door 28 

hinges, tips 24 

hinges, transom B14, B15 

hinges, trap door K18 

hinges, triple weight. A30, 04, 05 

hinges, underwriter's requirements .... 14 
hinges, U. S. Gov't type numbers ... 31, 32 

hinges, wide throw . B8 

hinges, wrought iron finished . . . , B4 

holdbacks, blind . . . ■ /v\2 

holders, bar . K20, 051 

holders, door H2, H3 

holders, garage door OlO 

holders, hat K14 

holders, stake K20 

"hold-fast" track clamp ....... 046 

hooks, clothesline K23, N5 

hooks, screw , . G9 

hooks'and staples . . . . . . .G18, G19 

hospital hardware . . . A18-A29, B2, F6, F7, H2 
household hardware section N 

I 

industrial door hardware section O 

interior residential sliding door hardware . F13-F26 
irons, corner K7, K8, N4 

J 

jam-proof sash pulleys L2, L4 

jamb bolt P24 

jamb floor guide F23 

K 

knob pulls D12, E4, E20 

L 

latches, bar E5, El 7, El 8, 19 

latches, barn door 18 

latches, cabinet D6, D7 

latches, gate 17 

latches, interior residential sliding door. . . F26 

latches, mortise 14, 15 

latches, roller ' F7 

latches, screen and storm door ..... J 8 
(etches, sliding door ........ F26 



section 
— page 

latches, thumb . . . , E6, E7, E14-E16, 12-16 

tid supports \qq 

lifts, sash j]o 

lifts, screen J6 

line clamp "pul-tlte" K19 

loose joint hinges BIO, BU 

M 

matching cabinet hinge designs D5 

matching cabinet sets D3, D4 

mending plates ....... K6, K9' N4 

O 

olive knuckle hinges A8, A9, D20 

operators, electric . , P58, P59 

operators, radio controlled ' P63 

ornamental hardware section E 

ornamental hinges D21, D22, N2 

P 

padlock eyes Jg . 

painted hinge description 23 

paper templates 24 

parallel sliding door hardware ..... 029 

parliament hinges fil)^ M4 

pins, non- re movable description 25 

pins, non-rising 25 

pintle hinges G9, M3 

plain bearing hinges section B 

plain hinges section C 

poles, sash ' . ly 

prison hinges /^30 

pulleys, clothesline . KI9 

pulleys, sash L2-L6 

pulls, cabinet D12, E6, E19, E20, N2 

pulls, door . . . E6, El 9, F25, 111-114, J6, N5 

pulls, drawer D8-D11, E6, E19, IlO 

pulls, flush F25, 114 

pulls, ring ' £20 

pulls, screen door J6, N5 

"pul-tite" line clamp kI9 

R 

radio control operator P63 

rail, sliding door. ... . . . . K2 

ranch craft hardware section E 

refrigerator hinges K16 

ring pulls E20 

ring, trap door k18 

roller catches p^ 

roller latches fy 

rollers, stay . 051 

rolling door hangers 031, O40 

rolling door hardware .... 012, 013, 017 

rolling door track 043-045 

"roll-up" doors P6-P40 

"round-the-corner" hardware . 012,013,017 

rubber door silencers ....... F6 

rustic hardware section E 

rust-resisting base 23 



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section 
— page 

S 

"S" blind holdbacks M2 

safety hasps GH-G14, G17, N3 

sash lifts . , . . 110 

sash poles 1.7 

sash pulleys L2-L6 

school wardrobe hordwore . . . . . F8, F9 

screen and storm sash hardware. . . , section J 

screen bolt HI 2 

screen braces .J3, J5, N5 

screen couplings J 3 

screen door catches J7 

scre«n door guards J4 

screen door hinges . . . . . B5, J9-J12, N5 
screen door latch ....,.., J 8 

screen door pulls J6, N5 

screen door sets J13-J15 

screen fasteners J 2 

screen hangers ....... J16.J18, N5 

screen lifts J6 

screw hooks . G9 

screw hook and eye hinges 09 

screw hook and strap hinges ..... 09 

scuttle fastener F5 

scuttle hinges , F5 

selector guide 15-21 

shelf brackets K3 

shelf brackets, folding K3 

shoes, bumper 049, O50 

silencers, door , F6 

"slide-up" hardware P56, P57 

sliding door rail K2 

sliding door sets, interior residential . . F16, F17 

"snappy" catch J7 

special purpose hardware section F 

stainless steel ball bearing hinges . . . A4, A5 

stake holders K20 

staples . G18, 019 

stay rollers 051 

stops, door F24, 051 

storm door latch J8 

storm sash adjusters J18, J19 

storm sash hangers J19-J21,N5 

straight sliding door hangers . . 032-035, 037 
straight sliding door hardware . . . 027,028 

strap hinges E4, E5, 02-04, N3 

supports, lid ... KIO 

supports, table, drop leaf Kll 

"sure-grip" hat holders K14 

swaging of hinges 28 

"swing-up" garage door hardware . . . P41-P54 

T 

T-hinges G5-G8, 07, N3 

T plates K7 

table hinges C7 

table leg braces K12, K13 

table supports, drop leaf Kl! 



section 
— page 

template hinges, description of 24 

template hinges, screw packing ..... 24 

templates, paper 24 

thumb latches E7, E14-E16, 12-16 

tips, hinge 24 

track brackets F18, 046-048 

track clamp "hold-fast" . 046 

trock fiat . 043 

track, interior residential sliding door , . F18, F20 

track, trolley 043-045 

transom hinges B14, B15 

transom catches H9 

trap door hinges K18 

trap door ring K18 

trim, header F20 

triple weight hinges ..... A30, 04, 05 

trucks, trolley 041,042 

turn buttons K2, N5 

U 

"under-soffit" door hardware . . . 022-025 
underwriter's hinge requirements .... 14 

upward -acting doors section P 

U. S. Gov't type numbers 31, 32 

utility hooks K23, N5 

V 

vertical lift hardware P55 

W 

wardrobe hardware F8, F9 

washers K21 

wide-tbrow hinges B8 

window fasteners J2 

window spring bolts HI 2 

wrought iron finished hinges B4 



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classiflcation and location of openings 

situafions in fire walls 

situations in vertical shafts 

situations in corridor and room partitions 

in exterior walls (severe fire exposure) 
in exterior walls (moderate fire exposure) 

Mc- *° exterior fire escapes (severe fire exposure) 

doss E situafions to exterior fire escapes (moderate fire exposure) 



class 
class 
class 
class 



situations 



class "E" situations 
class "D" situations 



class A situations: hollow metal Are doors 

full mortise template butt hinges, class nos. BBl T8, HTBBl 18, BBT68 HTBB168 
halt mortise template butt hinges, class nos. BBl 38, HTBBl 38, BBl 14 HTBBl 14 
ful surface template butt hinges, class nos. BBl 69, HTBBl 69, 88129 HTBBl 29 
half surface template butt hinges, class nos. BBl 23, HTBBl 23, BB163' HTBBl 63 

class B, C, D or E situations: hollow metal or kalamein fire doors 

not ov«r 8' in hdght 

lDli^°'!iltlTP'°^^ ^""^ ^'"9"' *='°5^ f^^s. BBl 18, HTBBl 18, HT145, HTBBl 45 146 BBl 46 BBl 47 HTRri^t i^q 
BB153, HTBB153, BB168, HTBB168, 174, BB174, HT174, HTBB174, 178,777179^81^9! BB179^^^^ 

HTBBr67T """'''°**' ''"'' ^'"^^"' ''"" "°'- ^^"'^' "^^^^^^' ^^^2^' "^^^^28, BB138, HTBB138, BB167, BB]67'/2, 

full surface template hinges, class nos. BB129, HTBB129, BB131, HTBB134, BB169, HTBB169, BB170, HTBB170 BB171 

BBlVrBBT73^/r'°'' ''"*' ^'"^'''' ''°" "°'- ^^^^^' "^^^^^^' "^^^^32, BB133, BB163, HTBB163, BB172, HTBB172, 

lIllnLZl^A^'K^l! '^°'^'^«' f"'"/"^f°« or half surface template butt hinges bearing the above class numbers 
are approved, which are made of steel not less than AYi" in height and 134' in thickness •onlvf.!llm^^- 
bronze butt h.nges not less than W in height and not less than O.i'bO" in thickness arrapproUd ' 

s^oXMn^LTearL'or.or;" '' ""^ °^ "'!" ''" '^"''^ °' ^'^ ^^^^^ '^ P^-'^^d -'^^ a steel stud and o 
socket in the rear edge of the door • one socket and one stud to be provided for each butt hinge - ° ° 

:'rh::kt:,'c:a^':or^^^^^^^^^^^ °^^ '''' ''^^ ^^^" '^ ^-^^^ °^ ^*-' -^ ■- ^^^^ ^^ - ^^i^^ ond 0.225- 

doers ovtr 8' in hvight 
to hove types of butt hinges described above except to be not less than AV2'' in height and 0.180' in thickness 

access doors and transoms 

nor oxcMding 3' in height and 2' in width 

only full mortise, half mortise, full surface and half surface template butt hinges bearing the above class number, 
are approved, which are made of steel not less than 3*^ in height and 0.092" in thickness 

net •xceedjng 5' In halghl and 3' in width 

butt hinges to be as described above except they shall be not less than 4" in height and 0.130' in thickness 

hinge spacing 

.ronsoms to ond including 48' wide require 2 buft hinges . over 48' to ond including 84' require 3 butt hinges 



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introductory section 
alphabetical index 

page no. 

application of hinges 16-17 

backset 16 

ball bearing and full jeweled hinge features . . 26 

beveling 28 

clearance required 16 

comparative list of finish symbols. 30 

features of ball bearing hinges 26 

Federal specifications FF-H-106a and FF-H-Ula. 31 

Federal specification FF-H-116b. . 32 

finishes , 22-23 

finish symbols — comparative list. 30 

frequency of door operation 17 

full jev^'eled hinges 26 

hand of loose joint hinges 27 

hinge applications 16-17 

hinges, average duty 20-21 

hinges, heavy duty 18-19 

hinges, light duty 21 

hinge reinforcing plates 24 

introduction 2 

metals 22 

packing 23-24 

pin design 25 

proper hinges 15 

reinforcing plates for hinges 24 

selection of proper hinges 15 

selector guide , 15-21 

size of hinge 17 

swaging 28 

template hinges 24 

♦'Ps.. 24 

three hinges to a door 28 

transom hinges 21 

underwriters' hinge requirements 14 



factors determining selection 
of the proper hinge 

known conditions 

o. material of door and frame 

b. size, thickness and weight of door 

c. clearance required 

d. use — exterior or interior, frequency 

e. atmospheric conditions 

f. quality desired 

g. special application or use 



requirements for selection of proper hinge 
specification 

1. kind of hinge see pages 18-21 
primary consideration is given to the type of door and jamb for 
selection of a definite kind of hinge 

2. type of hinge — ball bearing, plain, etc 

the weight of the door ond frequency used determine whether 
on extra-heavy full jeweled, standard weight ball bearing or 
plain bearing hinge should be used • extra heavy full jeweled 
hinges should always be used on heavy doors and doors where 
high frequency service is expected 

3. size of hinge see pages 16-17 
determined by width and thickness of door and trim to clear 

4. kind of metal see page 22 
determined by considerations, such as otmospheric conditions, 
location of doors, or special conditions as in chemical laboratories, 
sewage disposal plants, etc • while ferrous metal can be given 
a good rust- resisting base, it cannot be given the same absolute 
guorontee against rust as non-ferrous metals and should not be 
used for extreme exposure 

5. quality of finish see poges 22-23 
finish on hinges can be furnished to our standard or United States 
standard finishes as noted on page 30 • when an exact match of 
onother manufacturer's finish is desired, submit sample 

6. hand of door see page 27 

loose joint hinges, olive knuckle hinges, etc are handed and are 
required to be right or left hand 

7. special type application 

speciol hinges con be made on order to suit special needs • sub- 
mit details 

8. type of tips see page 24 
institutions, etc often require hospital type tips (barrel ends 
rounded) making it impossible to attoch rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • flat button tip and ball tip are universally used as standard 



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selector guide 
application 



application determines type of hinge 



wood door with 
ivood jamb 



wood or kalamein door 
with pressed stee^ frame 



hollow metal door with pressed 
steel frame and hollow metal trim 




full mortise non-lemplole 
lee pages 16, 20 and 2T 



full morll(« template 
■ee poges 18, 20 and 21 



full mortlte template 
*«e pag** 18> 20 and 21 



composite door with 
pressed steel frame 



tubular steel door with 
channel iron jamb 



hollow metal door with 
channel iron frame 

vz 




full fflorliie tern plate 
see page* IS, 20 and 21 



full furface template 



half mortise template 
■ee pages 18 and 21 



otiier factors influencing selection of hinges 



clearance required 



thickness of door 


size 


of hinge 


cleorance 


(inches) 


( 


nch 


es) 


(inches) 


n/a 


3'/2 


X 


3 'A 


l'/4 




4 


X 


4 


1% 


IVa 


4 


X 


4 


1 




4'/2 


X 


4'/2 


P/2 




5 


X 


5 


2 




6 


X 


6 


3 


2 


4Yi 


X 


4'/2 


1 




5 


X 


5 


l'/2 




6 


X 


6 


2Vi 


2Va 


5 


X 


5 


1 




6 


X 


6 


2 


272 


5 


X 


5 


¥4 




6 


X 


6 


1% 


3 


6 


X 


6 


Va 




8 


X 


8 


2Va 




8 


X 


10 


43/4 




location of 
hinges on doors 

top hinge 5" from 
jamb rabbet to 
top edge of 
barrel 

bottom hinge 10* 
from bottom edge 
of barrel to fin- 
ished floor 

third hinge cen- 
tered between 
top and bottom 
hinges 




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application 



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kalamein door with 
kalamein jamb 



kalamein door with 
pressed steel jamb 



kolamein door with 
steel channel frame 




half surface no n>{«m plate 
see pages )9, 20 and 21 



half and full surface 
hinge fastenings 

in bolting the hinge 
to the kalamein ^oor 
the grommet nuts 
draw the metal tight- 
ly into the wood core 
preventing buckling 
of the metal • they 
are easily applied 
and give a neat, fin- 
ished appearance 



application of 
machine screw 

ond grommet 

nut to a 
kalamein door 



hollow metal transom 
with pressed steel frame 



wood transom with 
wood frame 



fig. 




fig. k 






full mortise ti 
transom butt Kinge 
see poge 21 



full mortise non-template 

transom butt hinge 

see page 21 



factors determining size of hinge 
length — 



door and 
tfonsom thicknejs 


width of door 

or height 

of tronvom 

(Irichei) 


lenB»h 
of hinge 
(inches) 


doors 
%" to 1'/." cabinet 


to 24 
to 36 

fto 32 

\over 32 to 37 

f to 32 

J over 32 to 37 

; over 37 to 43 

1 over 43 to 50 

/to 43 

\over 43 to 50 

/to 20 

\over 20 to 36 

Ito 20 

\over 20 to 36 


2'/i 
3 

3 '/a 

4 
4 'A 


yi' and 1 Vt" screen or storm 

IH" 


IV4" 


2", 21/4" and 2W 


5] 

6 I extra 


transoms 
Wt" and 1%" 


2", 21/4" and 2'/r 


3'/2 

3'/i 
4 





width formula 

for doors up to 2'/4'' in thickness 
twice door thickness + trim projection — Vj" = hinge v^idth 

for doors Vh" to 3" in thickness 
twice door thickness + trim projection — ^^^ = hinge width 
if froction in answer is between regular sizes, use nearest larger size 



frequency of door operation 



type of building ond door 


estimated frequency 


doily 


yearly 


large dept. store entrance 


5,000 


1 ,500,000\ 




large office building entrance 


4,000 


1 ,200,000 ) 




theater entrance performance 


1,000 


450,000/ 




schoolhouse entrance 


1,250 


225,000) 


^■ 


schoolhouse toilet door 


1,250 


225,000{ 


"* 


store or bank entrance 


500 


150,0001 




office building toilet door 


400 


1 1 8,000/ 




schoolhouse corridor door 


80 


1 5,000 ) 




office building corridor door 


75 


22,000 [ 





store toilet door 


60 


1 8,000 ( 
1 5,000 ' 


a 


dwelling house entrance 


40 




dwelling house toilet door 


25 


9,000 ) 




dwelling house corridor door 


10 


3,600 ' 





dwelling house closet door 


6 


2,200 ) 





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selector guide 
heavy duty hinges 



j 


1 full mortise, ball bearing, -extra heavy 


■: 




mefol ond finish 


doiJ numbers 


^ '^ 


template 


non-temptale 


^ ^ 




brass or bronze 
'' v-" steel 


1 
6 


BB199 
BB168 


BB181 

6B250 


1 




steel 
' ^^ ' stainless steel 


9 

3 


BB118 
STSBB199 


BB251 
STSBBier 






f , -„„ stoinless steel 


4 


STSDBB199 


STSDBB18I 


template 




5 


ALDBB199 


ALDBB181 





flouBe of 


met, in. 


, matol 


*4 K 4 


-170 


*Vi X 4 


.180 


*Vi X 4 /a 


.180 




.190 


5 « 41/, 


.190 


5 X 5 


.190 


•6 X 4'/i 


.203 


'6 x5 


.203 


•4 x6 


,203 


•8 . 6 


.203 


'B X 8 


.203 



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templal»-hin9« ch»wn 







class n 


mber. 




temp(are 


non-te.pla.e 


brass or bronze 


I 


HTBB199 


HTBBiei 


steel 


6 


HTBBI68 


HTBB250 


steel 


9 


HTBBn8 


HTBB251 





flaua» of 


Siles, m. 


metal 




.)70 


4l/i X 4 


.180 


4'/2 X i'/j 


.180 




.190 


5 X 4'/, 


.190 




.190 


6 X 4'/i 


,203 




,203 




.203 




.203 




.203 



full mortise hospital friction hinge, boll bearing, extro heavy 







ck 


Si numbers 




metal and finish 


flat button tip 


hospital type 




template 


non-templofe 


template 


non-templote 


Steel 
steel 


6 
9 


BB153 

B6 U7 


BB253 

BB247 


HTBB153 

HTBB147 


HTBB253 
HTBB247 



template hinge shown 



siies, in. 


gauge of 
metal 


4Vj X 4 


.190 


4'/, x41/a 
5 X 4 


.190^ 
.190* 


5 X 4Vt 


.190 


5 X 5 


.190 



^d _^ *"" mortise, olive knuckle, ball bearing, extra heavy 






doss n 


umbers 




templote 


non-templote 


*brass or bronze 

*steet 
*steel 


6 
9 


BB92 

BB142 
BB143 


BB104 
BB202 

flB2Q4 



right hand hinge 



sJies, in. 


Bouge of 


6x4 


.225 


6 X 4'/i 


.225 


6 X 5 


.225 


6x6 


.225 



full surface hospital throwback hinge, ball bearing, extra heavy 





doss numbers 


metal and finish 


flol button tip 






steet 
steel 


6 
9 ' 


BB266 
BB126 



length 

of joint 

(in.) 


gouge 

of 
melol 


width 

of iomb 

leaf 


width 

of door 

leaf 


5 


.190 


2 


6 



special 



1. polished ondfltiely 
finished 

2. planished 



L 



stainless steet 



3. highly polished 

4. satin finish 



5, anodized'satin 
finish 



6. highly polished ond 
heavily ploted 

7. polished and plated 



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6. planished and plated 
9. bond«rlzed onti 

prime cooted for 

painting 



selector guide 
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19 



full surfoce, ball bearing, extra heavy i 





dad n 


umbers 


metal and finish 


regular )ips 


hospital type 




.emptce 


templote 


brosi or bronze 

st««l 
steel 


1 
6 
9 


BB109 

BB169 
BB129 


HTBB109 

HTBB169 
HTBB129 





oauge 


w 


dfh 


offset 


lenetli 


iamb 


daor 


door 


jamb 




of metol 




leaf 


leaf 


leaf 


(inches) 




{inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 






W 


(B) 


(C) 


(D) 


4'/2 


.180 


VA 


2^6 


1 


Vt 


5 


,190 


I'/i 


2Vi 


1 


y. 


6 


.203 


I'/i 


3'/4 


I'/l 


1 



full surface, ball bearing, extra heavy 



^^ 


r 0^ 




i Q 


If - 


- 'B 


^ - 


■i» 



=\\ 



brass or' bronze 

steel 

steel 



implate 



J109'/i 
J169'/i 
J129'A 



HTBB109'/i 
HTBB169'/i 
HTBB129'/2 





1Z° 


w 


dfh 


offset 


length 
(inched 


iamb 

leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door 

leof 

(inches) 

(B) 


door 

leaf 

(inches) 

(C) 


jamb 

leaf 

(Inches) 

(D) 


4'/2 


.180 


I'/l 


2 


'>Ab 


Vm> 


5 


.190 


Vh 


l^At. 


'/ii 


'Ai 


6 


.203 


Vh 


1V% 


V^t 


'Ab 



full surface prison hinge, concealed bearings, triple weight 



metal and 


finish 


class 
numbers 


specifications 


Steel 


9 


eS852 


tool-proof pin, without holes 


steel 


9 


BB852I/4 


non-tool-proof pin, without 
holes 


steel 


9 


BBS 52 '/i 


corbonized with tool-proof 
pitf ond Itoves, with holet 



half surfoce, ball bearing, extra heavy 



H 





class n 


umbers 


metal and finish 


regular tips 


hospital' type 




template 


template 


bross or bronie 

steel 

steel 


1 

6 
9 


8B113 
BB163 

BB123 


HTBBin 

HTBB163 
HTBB123 




. 


ga^uge 
metal 


w 


dth 




length 
of ioint 
(inches) 


iomb 

leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door 

leaf 

(inehes) 

(B) 


offset 

(inehes) 

(C) 


4'/2 

5 

6 


.180 

.190 
.203 


2V2 
2Vi 


2% 
2% 
3% 


1 
1 
l'/8 



I IW'or 2" thicif, theiomb 



t 



half mortise, ball bearing, extra heavy 





ol ond fin 


sh 


class r 


umbers 


me 


regulor tips 


hospital type 




templote 


template 


brass o 

steel 

steel 


brorvze 


1 

6 

9 


BB98 

6B)38 
BBIM 


HTBB98 
HTBB138 
HTBBIM 



d 





gauge 


wi 


dth 




length 


iamb 


doer 




of ioint 


of 






(inches) 


(inehes) 


metal 


(inches) 
(A) 


(inches) 
(B| 




4«/i 


.180 


l'/2 


2 'A 


y. 


5 


.190 


P/2 


2'/i 


% 


6 


.203 


1/2 


* 


1 



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special 



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selector guide 
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full mortise, ball bearing 



C 
C 









claij numb 


.ri 




metal and fimj 


■ 


regul 


ar lips 


hospital type 






non-template 


template 


non-tempfate 


brass or bronze 


1 


BBt93 


BB180 


HTBB193 


HTSB180 


steel 


6 


BB174 


BB239 


HTBB174 


HTflB239 


steel 


7 


BB179'/i 


BB241'/2 






steel 


8 


BB179 


BB241 






steel 


9 


BB146 


BB242 


HTBB145 


HT235 


sfoinless steel 


3 


STSflB193 


STSBBISO 






stainless steel 


4 


STSDBB193 


STSDBBieO 








5 


ALDBBI93 


ALDBBteO 






brass or bronze 


1 


B8I9iyi 


BB184'/i 






brass or bronze 


2 


BB191 


B8184 











gauge of 


sue 


, in. 


metal 


•3 


« 3 


.092 


•3'/, 


X 3 


.123 


•3'/z 


»3'/7 


.123 




tVh 


.130 






.130 


4'/. 




.134 


IVr 


« 4 "A 


.134 






.146 




x4>A 


.146 




X 5 


.146 




x4V, 


.160 


'6 


n 5 


.160 


•6 


« 6 


.160 



olive knuckle, ball bearing 















non-templote 


brass or bronze 


1 


BB95 


BBIOO 


steel 


6 


BB141 


6B201 


steel 


9 


BB140 


BB200 



siies, in. 


gouae 
of metol 


5 X 3'/4 
6x3^/4 


.169 
.203 



full surface, ball beoring 



'J 



1m- 





ol and Rn 


. 


clasi n 


umbers 


met 


regulor lips 


hospital type 




templote 


template 


brass or 


bronze 


1 


B61 1 


HTBB1 1 


steel 




6 


BB170 


HTBB170 


sfeel 




8 


BBI71 




steel 




9 


BB131 


HTBB134 





metal 


w 


dth 


off 


• 


length 
of joint 
(inches) 


iamb 

leof 

(inehei) 

(A) 


door 

leof 

(inches) 

IB) 


door 

leof 

(inches) 

(CI 


iamb 

leof 

(inches) 

(D) 


4'/: 


.134 


l"/l 


2»^t 


'*/« 


'Vl6 


5 


.146 


VA 


2 'A 


1 


Vt 



half surface, ball bearing 





etal and RnJsh 




dassnumbe. 






regular tips 


hospirol type 




template 


non.templote 


template 


brass 


or bronze 


1 


BB112 


BB116 


HTBBI12 


steel 




6 


8B172 


BB162 


HTBB172 


steel 




7 


BB173IA 


BB165'/i 




steel 




S 


BBI73 


flB165 




steel 




9 


BB133 


BB125 


HT8B132 





gouge 
of 


width 




length 
of joint 
(inches) 


iamb 

(inches) 
(A) 


door 

leaf 

(inches) 

(B| 


offset 

(inches) 

(C) 


3 


.092 


I'/2 


I'^At 


V^6 


3'/l 


.123 


W* 


2'/. 


"/.6 


4 


.130 


2 


2«/4 


'M* 


4'/j 


.134 


2V* 


2»/4 


y* 


5 


.146 


7Vi 


2% 


1 



T 



H 




brass or bronie 


stainless steel 




steel 




1. polished and finely 
flnlsKed 

2. planished 


3. highly polished 

4. satin finish 


5. onodiied-satin 

finish 


6. highly polished and 
heavily plated 


8. planished and plated 

9. bonderized ond 
prime coated for 
pointing 



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selector guide 

averoge duty and 

low frequency hinges 



21 



half mortise, ball bearing 






doH n 


Jmber; 


mergi and flniiK 


regular Kps 


hoipitaf type 




template 


bross or bronze 

iteel 
sreel 

steel 


1 
6 
8 
9 


BB108 
88167/1 
BBT67 
BB128 


HTBBIOa 

HTB8167'/i 

HT88128 




low frequency 





gouge 

of 
metal 


wi 


dth 




lenjith 
of [oint 
[inches) 


iamt, 

(inchei) 
(A) 


door 

Imaf 

(Inches) 

(B) 


offset 

(inches) 

(C) 


4'/l 
5 


.134 
.146 


1'A 
l'/2 


2% 

2Vl 





D' 



full mortise 


jh 




.... 


numbers 




metal and Fin 


regular tips 


hospit 


Itype 


template 


norv-templafe 


template 


non-tomptafe 


brass or bronie 


1 


194 


175 






sfeel 


6 


174 


239 


HT174 


HT239 


steel 


7 


179'/i 


24T/J 






sreel 


8 


179 


241 






steel 


9 


146 


242 


HT145 


HT235 


brass or bronie 


1 


191 Vi 


184 '/a 






bross or bronze 


2 


191 


184 







3'Ax3 
3Vi X 2V7 
4 X 3'/, 

4 X 4 
4'/ix4 
4'A X 4'A 

5 X 4 

5 X 4«/i 

5 X 5 

6 X 4'/, 



.082 
.089 
.092 



half surface 






dais numbers 


metal and finish 


regular tips 


non-template 


Steel 
steel 


8 
9 


165 
125 



.050 
.065 
.075 
.092 
.123 
.130 
.134 



(B) 



1516 

2'/. 

2'/4 
2»/6 



v. 

"/ii 






full mortise, transom hinge 



£ 







dais n 


umberi 




meta) and finish 


fast spun pin 


drive fast pin 




template 


non-templote 


templote 


non-template 


brass or bronze 

steel 

steel 


1 

8 
9 


196 'A 

178 

148 


192 'A 

291 
290 


DFP196'/i 

DFP178 

DFP148 


DFP192V2 

DFP291 
DFP290 



size, in. 


gouge 
of metal 


2 X 2 


.082 


2'/2 X 2'/i 


.089 


3 X 3 


.092 


3'/i X VA 


.123 


4 x4 


.130 



1. polished and finely 
finished 

2. planished 



3. highly polished 

4. satin finish 



5. onodized-! 
finish 



um 


steel 




d-satin 


6. highly polished and 






heavily plated 


9. bonderized and 




7. polished and plated 


prime coated for 



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feotures of 
Stanley hinges 



metals obtainable 

wrought steel wrought white bronze 

wrought brass wrought stainless steel 

wrought bronze wrought aluminum 

the metals used in making Stanley wrought hinges are cold rolled, which toughens ond hardens the metal 
for brass or bronze metals, in finishes other than natural, we reserve the option to use brass or bronze metal 



wrought brass or bronze hinges 

r«commend«d for inlerier or ext«rior doers 



they are polished and finely finished • the inner edges of the leaves (on types 192 'A, \75, BB180, BB181, etc) 
are beveled to make close-fitting joints • the outer edges are true and the corners are square • the pins are 
made of stainless steel and the shoulders of the tips fit flush with the barrel 

hinges made of standard weight wrought brass or bronze are obtainable with two types of bearings to eliminate 
vertical wear: namely, boll bearings and stainless steet bushings • extra heavy weight hinges are furnished only 
with ball bearings • hinges with stainless steel bushings are recommended only for doors receiving infrequent 



highly polished and heavily plated steel hinges 

rtcommcnded for fntarier doori 

hinges described as highly polished and heavily plated have the same features as the brass and bronze hinges 
referred to above 

the steel is first highly polished, then given a heavy plating of copper, then buffed, after which the final finishes plated 

with a heavy deposit • this process insures a fine durable finish 

despite heavy plating, we do not recommend steel butt hinges for exterior use 



polished and plated steel hinges 

r«eomm«nded for Entorior doors 

hinges described as polished and plated do not have the refinements of those which are described as highly polished 
and heavily plated • the steel is polished, then plated in the finish desired 



planished and plated steel hinges 

reconimend«d for inlerier doors 

hinges described as planished and plated are for use where a good practical steel hinge is desired and a planished 
surface will meet the requirements • the steel has a fine cold rolled finish, although not wheel polished 

boll bearing hinges (for features, see page 26} 

recommended for heavy doors, doors receiving high or average frequency service and doors where silent operation 
is required • they should always be used on doors equipped with door closers, hollow metal and kalamein doors 
there is no wearing down of the hinge under the severest strain and doors operate easily and noiselessly • the 
ball bearings being permanently lubricaied, need no further oiling 

the ball bearings are permanently attached to the knuckles so that they cannot be lost when the leaves are taken 
apart 



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finishes, packing 
and labels 



23 




showing flat button tip and 
point clearance between the 
inner edget of the leaves 
and the barrel of the hinge 



hinges for painting 

hinges for painting are first bonderized then prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barret and the 
inner edges of the leaves • when desired they can be obtained with a rust-resisting 
base 

furnished with flat button tips which fit flush with the barrel of the hinge 



chromium plating 

on white bronze metal, chromium plating is applied directly to the metal • on brass or bronze metals it is applied 
over a heavy plating of nickel • on highly polished steel hinges it is applied over a heavy plating of nickel on top 
of a double plate of copper • this method conforms strictly to government requirements as listed in Federal spec- 
ifications 

chromium does not tarnish • the copper and nickel underneath the chromium affords considerable rust protection 
but for absolute assurance against rusting, only non-ferrous metals should be used 



rust-resisting base 

(not guaronteed against rust) 
on Steel hinges (except chromium, see above) when a rust-resisting coating is desired in addition to the decorative 
final plating, we will furnish what is considered to be the best protective undercoating • our laboratory tests and 
field experience Indicate that a double plating of copper is a most effective and practical base plate, however 
we intend to keep pace with plating and anti-corrosive developments and should some other finish prove more effec- 
tive such finish will be used on Stanley hinges • when ordering this extra rust-resisting base plating, insert the letter 
"K" as a prefix to the class number and suffix the final finish symbol: ie, K239A, BBK239A 
on prime coated and dead black hinges, "K" prefix indicates zinc plate, bonderized and final finish 
for absolute assurance against rust non-ferrous metals should be used 



Stanley products are generally identified by the green box and yellow label 
all nonferrous hinges can be distinguished by the red block in the yellow label 



labeling 



packing 

non-ferrous metal and highly polished steel hinges are wrapped In anti-tarnish tissue paper to protect the finish 
• each hinge with necessary screws for each leaf In separate packages, is then again wrapped In paper 



identification of Stanley hinges 

Stanley hinges ore plainly stamped with the trade [STANLEY] mark • the class number is stamped on the back 
of boll bearing hinges, non-ferrous metal hinges, template hinges and plain joint polished steel hinges 



electrotypes 

we can furnish our customers with electrotypes of any article shown in our catalog 

Re^- 53-4 use three hinges to a door f" STAN LEY 1 



A 



24 



template hinges 

reinforcing plates 

round corners and tips 



template hinges • U. S. Govt, standards 

Stanley template hinges are made exact in size and 
gauge of metal, and the screw holes are located 
accurately with the aid of a template • they will 
exactly fit the sinkage and screw hole location in 
hollow metal doors and pressed steel jambs made 
to similar template 

each individual hinge is carefully inspected and held 
within close commercial limits, which hove been estab- 
lished through long experience and close attention 
to the requirements of manufacturers of metal doors 
and jambs • each template hinge is stamped with 
the class number on the back 

when physical sample of a template hinge is not re- 
quired, we advise the use of blueprint templates 
which are available on all sizes, without charge • 
these are drawings showing actual measurements, 
gauge of metal, location and size of machine screws 



screw packing — full mortise template hinges 

regularly furnished with one-half machine screws and 
one-half wood screws for wood doors with pressed steel 
jambs • when ordering for hollow metal doors with 



hinge reinforcing plates 

available on order and made to the specifications of the 

manufacturers of hollow metal doors and pressed steel 

jambs and meet the requirements of the Underwriters 

Laboratories 

the screw holes are drilled and tapped in accordance with 

U. S. Template Standards 



round corner hinges 

round corner butt hinges save considerable time in 
application, especially when installed with the use of a 
Stanley hinge mortiser with a door and jamb template, 
or similar 

round corners may be obtained, at no extra cost, on 
any butt hinge by prefixing "RD" to the class number' 



types of hinge tips 

fiat button tips are standard for all hinges • see features 
on next page 

ball tips are furnished on order at no extra cost by 
specifying BT as a suffix to the class number 
flat button and ball tip pins in standard weight steel 
hinges are made in one piece of steel 
hospital type barrel ends ore rounded, making it impos- 
sible to attach rope, wearing apparel, etc. • easily 
kept free of dust 



screw hole locations 




six« AVi' X 4'/j'' 
l«m plate hings 



»ix«4',4''j(4'A- 
nen-templole hinge 



pressed steel jambs specify "all machine screws" (all 
MS) • when ordering extra machine or wood screws, 
specify the class number, finish and size of hinge 



ri>iy -■^ . 



information on ret 



\ 



II.,., 



V 



n 




flat button tip boll tip 



hospital type 



L 



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pin design 

non-rising pin construction 

the non-rising pin feature is secured by means of a split 
ring attached in a groove in the pin which comes into 
contact with the top knuckle of the hinge and prevents 
the pin from rising under the action of the door • in 
seating of the pin, it is only necessary to push it down into 
position 

hole in bottom tip (pot, pending) 

for easy pin removal, on flat bottom tip hinges, a hole is 
provided in the bottom tip for insertion of a nail, thus 
preventing the marring of the hinge or finish (this applies 
on size 3" x 3" and larger) 



CROOVEIN PIN 

SPLIT SPRING 
RING 

DETAIL OF NON- RISING 
PIN CONSTRUCTION 




ttoan of 
ihince leaf 

OTTOM 



PERFORATED BOTTOM TIP 



non-removable pins 

hinges can Jpe obtained with non-removable pins under the following symbols: 

FSP-spun pin, without tips 

FTP-floating pin, tips driven in both ends 

*NRP-loose pin, set screw in barrel • non-removable when door is closed 

"conforms to U. S. Government specifications for exterior doors opening out 



screws and bolts 

showing various types of regular and special screws and bolts furnished only ■ 
screws or bolts only are not solicited 



'ith Stanley products • orders fo 



f TffTfTf f 




not corried in slock 
-f-not carried in stock and n 
wood screws 



I. flat head < 

7. round head wooi 

3. oval head ^ 

4. pyromi d I 
wood screw 

5. Phillips head wao< 
screw 

6. fla) head machi 

7. round head n 
chine screw 



S. oval head moehine screw 
9. Phillips head machine screw 

10. spanner heod machine screw 

11. slotted twin head machine 
cut off after installation 

12. lag screw wifh expansion shield 

13. machine bolt with expansion shield 

14. flat or round head spring-wing toggle bolt 

15. oval head machine screw with grommef nut 

16. lag screw 

17. carriage bolt 

18. flat or round head stove boll 



', slatted head is 



ide only on special order • also obtainable in 



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26 



features of 
Stanley ball bearing hinges 

(applying to BB239, BB2S0 and comparable typei) 





W 



© 







^:i 



) 



H 



N^ 



ir ® 




'-a 











full ieweled bearing 



N^ 



g. squared shoulders on the tip and pin fit flush wjfh the barrel of the hfnge 

b. easily seated non-rising loose pin is secured by means of a split ring attached in a groove in the pin which 
comes mto contort w.th the top knuckle of the hinge and prevents the pin from rising under the action of the door • 
in the seating of the pin, if is only necessary to p ush it down into position 

c. beveled edges m the inner edges of the leaves ore beveled to make close-fitfing joints 



**■ V'^T K^°'!' ";t '°'°^^'' '° °J !° °^°^^ ^^^^^« anchorage of the leaves • holes are countersunk to accurately 
fit he heads of the screws which are selected for each size hinge to bear a definite relotionshio to the weight 



of the door to be carried 



ifinite relationship to the weight 



e. square corners • the outer edges of the leaves are ground true ond the corners are square 

f. ball bearings • this is o highly developed type of bearing and is applied to the joints of standard ball 
bearing hinges . it consists of hordened steel raceways, accurately made, containing hardened and ground 
steel balls of the highest grade a v« ■« 

the raceways and steel balls are entirely enclosed and protected by a solid metal casing, excluding dust and 
moisture, and being permanently lubricated need no further oiling 

the boll bearings ore permanently attached to the knuckles and ore held in place when the leoves are taken 
apart • they are accurately fitted so that the entire weight of the door is carried on the ball bearings from 
the beginning, thereby insuring permanency throughout the life of the building 

the non-detachable feature, originated by the Stanley Works, is an importont advance in hinge construction 

full jeweled bearings • illustrated in circle above is our "full jeweled" combined rodial and thrust bearing 

well as'verticarwiar '^ '" ^''*''° ''^°^^ *°'"' ^^"""'""^ """^^ ^'"^^' * *^'' ^^"''"^ eliminates lateral as 

laboratory and field tested for several years, the "full jeweled" beoring has thoroughly demonstrated its superi- 
ority when used m extra heavy hinges for heavy duty and high frequency service 

p^l^tL^'^om'tre tlemJ!!;: '" ''°"'°^' ''" ''°'"'^' °" non-detachable, permanently lubricoted and fully 



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use three hinges to a door 




doors opening in 





doors opening out 

Including closet, cupboard 
eind bookcote doert 



left hand door 

takes 

left hand hinget 



outside 
right hand door 
toket 
right hand hinges 




eutsido 
left hand reverse daor 
takes 
right hand hinges 




outside 

right hand reverie door 

takes 

left hand hinges 





ij © 




U © 


(3)- 






(o) 


(o) 






© 


fi 


(Q) 




© 


1 





© 



i 



© 



© 




right hand 
loose joint hinge 



left hand 
olive knuckle hinge 



right hand 
olive knuckle hinge 



rhe hond of a butt hinge is determined from the outside of the door to which it is applied • the outside of a cup- 
board, bookcase or closet door is the room side • for other doors, the outside is usually the "push" or jamb side 
if standing outside of a door which opens from you, to the right, it takes right hand butt hinges • if to the left, it takes 
left hand butt hinges 

if standing outside of a door which opens toward you, to the right, it takes left hand butt hinges • if to the left, it 
takes right hand butt hinges 

reversed doors are doors opening out 

it will be observed that this method of determining the hand of loose joint cabinet hinges is exactly the opposite 
from the furniture manufacturers' standard rule 



casement windows 





left hand 

takes 

right hand hinges 



left hand hinges 



V Jl^r-^ 


opening 

3 


out 




xFC- 


^/ 


>^ 




room side 

right han 
takes 
right hand hi 




room side 

left hand 

lakes 

left hand hinges 


i 

nges 



the hand of casement windows is taken from the room side 

opening in • if the window opens to the left, it takes right hand butt hinges; if to the right, it takes left hand butt 
hinges 

opening out • if the window opens to the left, it takes left hand butt hinges; if to the right it takes right hand butt 
hinges 

in ordering butt hinges that are not reversible, the hand must always be specified 



use three hinges to a door [STANLEY] 

@ 



28 



three hinges to a door 
swaging and beveling 



three hinges to a door 

1. the third hinge will hold the butt edge of the door in alignment and helps prevent the door from warping 

2. a warped door cannot be properly latched or locked 

3. light weight doors have more tendency to warp than heavy doors 

4. interior doors, screen doors and combination doors are all of light construction — stiles and rails are narrow - 
consequently prone to warp 

5. warping causes more grief than wear and more quickly 

6. It costs less to put the third hinge on every door than to repair a single warped door later 

7. "three hinges to a door" means satisfaction first, last and all time 



hinge swaging 



e 



hinge nat twagad 



hinge iwaged (tiandard) 



hinge with one leaf swaged flof 



hinge with one leaf (waged 



swaging is a slight offset of the hinge at the barrel which permits the leaves to come closer together • swaging 
provides a standard clearance of i/ig" between leaves when opened parallel, except on friction hinges which have 
a clearance of 3/32" • triple weight hinges hove a standard clearance of Vb" when assembled for full'mortise 
application 

when not swaged, hinges ore slightly less in width 



beveling of leaves (supplied only in BB239, BB250 and comparable types) 





leaves beveled 



leaves nel beveled 



the beveled inner edges of the leoves make close-fitting joints and add greatly to the appearance of the hinge 
[STANLEY] use three hinges to o door P^^ 53 



gauge equivalents in 
decimal parts of an incK 



29 



0000 
000 

00 


1 

2 

-3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10' 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 



Eirmingharr 

or Stubbs 

gauge 



.454 

.425 

.380 

.340 

.300 

.284 

.259 

.238 

.220 

.203 

.180 

.165 

.148 

.134 

.120 

.109 

.095 

.083 

.072 

.065 

.058 

.049 

.042 

.035 

.032 

.028 

.025 

.022 

.020 

.018 

.016 

.014 

.013 

.012 

.010 

.009 

.008 

.007 

.005 

.004 



Brown &. Shorpe 
gauge 



.460 
.410 
.365 

.325 

.289 

.258 

.229 

.204 

.182 

.162 

.144 

.128 

.114 

.102 

.091 

.081 

.072 

.064 

.057 

.051 

.045 

.040 

.036 

.032 

.028 

.025 

.023 

.020 

.018 

.016 

.014 

.0125 

.011 

.010 

.009 

.008 

.007 

.006 

.005 

.005 



United States 
standord 

gouge 



.4062 

.3750 

.3437 

.3125 

.2812 

.2656 

.2500 

.2344 

.2187 

.2031 

.1875 

.1719 

.1562 

.1406 

.1250 

.1094 

.0937 

.078 1 

.0703 

.0625 

.0562 

.0500 

.0437 

.0375 

.0344 

.0312 

.0281 

.0250 

.0219 

.0187 

.0172 

.0156 

.0141 

.0125 

.0109 

.0102 

.0093 

.0085 

.0078 

.0070 



British imperial 

or English Legoi 

standard 

gouge 



.400 

.372 

.348 

.324 

.300 

.276 

.252 

.232 

.212 

.192 

.176 

.160 

.144 

.128 

.116 

.104 

.092 

.080 

.072 

.064 

.056 

.048 

.040 

.036 

.032 

.028 

.024 

.022 

.020 

.018 

.0164 

.0148 

.0136 

.0124 

.01 16 

.0108 

.0100 

.0092 

.0084 

.0076 



fractions of 
on inch with 



'/64 — 


.016 


'/32 — 


.031 


V64 — 


.047 


'/l6 — 


.062 


V64 — 


.078 


V32 — 


,094 


V64 — 


.109 


'/a — 


.125 


V64 — 


.140 


V32 — 


.156 


' '/64 — 


.172 


Vl6 — 


.187 


'^^4- 


.203 


V32 — 


.219 


'V64 — 


.234 


'/4 — 


.250 


V32 — 


,281 


Vi6 — 


.312 


' V32 — 


.344 


y« — 


.375 


'V32 — 


.406 


Vl6 — 


.437 


'V32 — 


.469 


'/2 — 


.500 


'V32 — 


.531 


Vt6 — 


.562 


19/32 — 


.594 


y« — 


.625 


2 '/32 — 


,656 


"/l6 — 


.688 


^V32 — 


.718 


3/4 — 


.750 


"/32- 


.781 


'Vl6 — 


.812 


"/32 — 


.844 


% — 


.875 


2V32 — 


.906 


'V,6 — 


.937 


3'/32 — 


.969 


— 1,000 



the Birmingham (or Stubbi) gouge is universally recognized as standard by n 
interpreted accordingly unless otherwise stoted 



lufoctyrers of strip steel • specification by gauge n 



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comparative list 
of finish symbols 



the following list represents a fair comparison of the United States Standard and different manufacturers' finishes 
when an exact match is desired submit somple 



C 

CNL 



CMD 
F 



N5 

NM 
NMD 

*P 

*P2 

R 

STS 
STSD 

Y2 



general descriphcin 



bright bronze 

bright bronze, no lacquer on bronie 
metal only. 



aluminum metal, bright 

oluminum metal, satin (doll), anodized. , . . 
dull bronie, oxidized and relieved for 
ornomentol goods; for plain surfaces 
specify A5 , 

dull bronze, for plain surfaces; for orna- 
mental goods specify A4 

dull bronze, oxidized , . , , 



dull bronie, oxidized and oil rubbed on 

bronze metal only 

stotoory bronze 

bright brass 



US26 
US26D 
US4 
US5 
US18A 
US19 
US1B 
USID 
US2C 



US 14 

US 15 
US25 



bright brass, no lacquer, on brass metal 
only 



chromium plated, bright , 

chromium plated, dull 

dull brass 

doll brass, oxidized and relieved , . . 

rust resisting black 

dull black. Imitation Eower-Borff 

bright joponned 

dead black. . 

zinc plated 

zinc plated, dull 

zinc plated, buffed bright 

nickel plated, bright 

nickel plated, dull , . . , 

white bronze metal, bright 

white bronze metal, doll. 

primed for pointing 

primed for staining 

hot dipped galvanized 

stainless steel metal, bright 

stainless steel metal, satin (dull) 

nickel plated, imitation half-polished iron, 
oxidized and relieved 



A20 

A20NL 
A120 
D120 



D20 
D24 

D23 
D29 

A30 

A30NL 
Alio 
DUO 
D30 
D31 
19 
18 
O10 
ODIO 



A50 
D50 



390R 

3a 

13'/2 

I3'/iNL 
96 
97 
13 



DN 
NM 
DNM 

PC 



over o bonderized base 
**«xcept lacquered 



BBZ 
BB2NL 



DBZR 
DBZ 



BB 

BBNL 
BCH 
DCH 
Dfl 

DBR 



DN 
BWM 
DWM 

PC 



10 

lONL 
24 
34 



A20 

A20NL 
A120 
D120 

D2I 
D20 



D2)0R 

D29 
A30 

A30NL 
Al 10 
DUO 
D30 
D3I 
19 
18 
OlO 
ODIO 



A50 
D50 



OP 

■*03P 



NLB 
CM 
DCM 
OB 
OE 



li 



BZIO 

BZl 10 



BY21 

BY22 



AZIO 

A2110 
DZIO 
DYIO 
AY22 
AY21 



. NZIO 
NYIO 



SN6 16'/i HD91 



WDB 
WR 
WYE 
Y2 



wrought and old iron finishes 

rough surface; dead black over a rust-resisting base 

rough surface; black oxidized and relieved over a rust-resisting base 

rough surface; etched, relieved iron over a rust-resisting base 

plain surface; nickel plated, imitation half-polished iron, oxidized and relieved 



k. 



[STANLEY] 



U. S. Govt, type numbers 

listed in federal specifications 

FF-H-106a and FF-H-1 1 la 




with comparative Stanley numbers 



U.S. 

number 

193 

494 

1011 

FlOll 

F1011C 

1012 
F1012 
F1012C 
1023A 
F1023A 
F1023AC 

1023B 
F1G238 
F1023BC 
F1029 
F1051 
1061 
F1061 
1062 
F1062 
F1068 
1071 
F1072 
F1073 
1074 
F1074C 
F1074D 
F1075A 
F1075AC 
1076A 
1078A 
F1078A 
Fn37 
Fn37C 
F1147 
F1147C 
F1148 
F1148C 
n49A 
1156 
F1156 
F1170 
1171 
F1171 
F1 188 
F1189 
Fn90 
F1190C 
F1195 
F1195C 
F1195H 

1223 
FI223 
F1223C 



roller lafch 53 

screen door guard 1737Vi 

barrel bolt 1077 

" Scl078 

" Scl078K 

" 1 1 09 

" Sc1084 

" Scl084K 

choin bolt 355 '/4 

" 1055J 

" 1055K 

, foot bolt 356 Vi 

" 1056J 

" 1 056K 

cremonebolt 1052KJ 

cane bolt 1010 

iwrfocebolt 367 

" 381 

" 366 

" 379 

ihelf bracket Sc796J 

friction catch 30C 

" 37K 

" 34K 

" 33'/4C 

« 33K 

" 33N 

elbow catch 36N 

" 36K 

cabinet latch 4220CM 

" 1299y4CM 

" 1299'/4CM 

cellar window fasteners 1763 J 
" " 1763K 

scuttle hinge 1 634R 

" " 1 634K 

scuttle fastener 1674R 

1674K 

door holder 459 

" 457 

" 456 

" 1774J 

closet bar 702 IN 

" 7020N 

thumb latch 1 260J nos. 3, 4 

" 1252J 

" 1 264J 

" 1 264IC 

" " 1 289KJ no. 2 

" 1 289K no. 2 

« " 1289Rno. 2 

screen lift 465% 

" Sc51J 

" Sc51K 





U.S. 


page 


number 


F-7 


1232 


J-4 


F1232 


H-10 


F1233 


H-10 


1265A 


H-10 


1269 


H-11 


F1269 


H-1 1 


1275 


H-11 


F1275 


H-1 6 


F1275C 


H-1 6 


F1276 


H-16 


F1276C 


H-17 


1280 


H-17 


1280D 


H-17 


1282 


H-21 


1306 


H-1 8 


1 306D 


H-4 


F1307 


H-4 


F1308 


H-4 


F1310 


H-4 


1 3 37 A 


K.3 


1 337B 


D.14 


F1401 


D-13 


F1401C 


D-13 


F1401E 


D-13 


F1403 


D.13 


F1403C 


D-13 


F1403E 


D-14 


F1405 


D-14 


F1405C 


D-6 


F1405E 


D-7 


F1430 


D-7 


F1430C 


J-2 


F1430D 


J-2 


F1650 


F-5 


F1653 


F-5 


F1655 


F-5 


F1801 


F-5 


F1801C 


H-3 


F1804 


H-3 


Fia04C 


H-3 


F1805 


O-IO 


F1805C 


K-15 


F1806 


K-15 


F1806C 


1-3 


F18n 


1-6 


Fieiic 


1-6 


F1812 


1-6 


F1812C 


i-5 


F1821 


1-5 


F1821A 


1-5 


F1824 


J-6 


F1825 


j-6 


F1825B 


J-6 


F1826 




F1830 




F1831 



Stor 



sash pulley... 7002A 

" 7001A 

" 7000 

sash pole 7025'/4 

door pull 477 

« " . 479 

" 482 '/4 ro. 3 

" . 482J no. 3 

" 482K no. 3 

" 1265J 

" 1 265K 

knob pull 4482 

" 4492CM 

" 4471 

drawer pull 4477 

" " 4420CM 

" " 4429CM 

" 4466CM 

" 470CM 

door silencer 52 

" 52'/z 

hinge hasp.. Sc912RBP 

" Sc912K 

" " Sc912PS 

" 941RBP7'/i" 

" 941K7'/i" 

" ...Sc941PS7'/i" 

" Sc911RBP 

" Sc911K 

" Sc911PS 

podlockeyes. 1245Rno. 2 

" 1245Kno. 2 

" " 1245J no. 2 

storm sosh adjuster .... 1 7 1 9K 
sets 1727K 
" 1723'/2K 

blind hinge Scl360 

" " Sc1640K 

" Sc1342 

" Scl642K 

" Scl364 

" Sc1644K 

" Scl346 

" Sc1646K 

blind fastener ...Scl382 

" Sc]682K 

" ...Scl382"/2 

" Sc1682'/2K 

blind holdback 1685'/2P 

1685P 

screen hanger 1 742K 

" 1724K 

" 1704K 

« 1725K 

" 171 6K 

" " 1717K 



J-6 
J-6 
1-11 
1-11 
1-11 
1-12 
1-12 
D.12 
D-12 
D-12 
D-9 
D-8 
D-10 
D-10 
1-10 
F-6 
.F-6 
G-15 
G-15 
G-15 
G-16 
G-16 
G-16 
G-12 
G-12 
G-12 
1-8 
1-8 
1-8 
J-22 
J- 2 3 
J-22 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-5 
M-10 
M-10 
M-10 
M-10 
M-2 
M-2 
J-17 
J-17 
J-16 
J-18 
J-19 
J-19 



use three hinges to a door [STANLEY] 

® 



32 



U. S. Govt, type numbers 

listed in federal specifications 

FF-H.116b 



wifh comparative Stanley numbers 



U.S. 
number 

2001 

2001 Yi 

2002 

2002 '/a 

2005 

2005 '/i 

2010 

2O10'/2 

20 1 OB 

2010'/2B 

2O10'/iP 

2on 

201 1 >/i 

2on'/iP 

2014 
20U'/iP 
2015 
20) 5 '/2 
20I5B 
2015^^8 
201 7A 
2017'/aA 
2018 
201 8A 
201 8 '/i 
2018'/iP 

2021 

2021A 

202 TB 

2022 

202 2 '/iP 

2028 

2029A 

2029AA 

2029B 

2029P 
A2030 
A2030A 
A2030B 
A203OC 

A2030D 
B203OD 



butt hinge. BB180BT 

" BB180 

BBI81BT 

" BB181 

175BT 

1 75 

88241 BT 

8824] 

BB239BT 

BB239 

" BB242 

88250BT 

88250 

8825] 

1345BT 

242 

241BT 

" " 241 

I " . 2398T 

I " ■... 239 

" " T89BT 

189 

" " - 2898T 

I " ••■ 289'/2BT 

289 

285 

195BT 

1958T 

" " 195BT 

2958T 

282 

" " 192'/, 

'* " 291K 

29TK8P 

^ 291 

• ■ ■ 290P 

hinge g5Q 

*850 loose OH pin 

butt hinge *850 swaged, wifh screw holes 
*850 swaged, loose OH pin, 
with screw holes 

^'"8« *850R8P 

*29I KBP not swaged, without 

screw holes 



catalog 
— pose 

A- 3 
A-3 
A-2 
A- 2 
B-3 
B-3 
A-6 

A-6 

A-3 

A-3 

A-6 

A-2 

A-2 

A-2 

B-9 

8-7 

B-7 



B-3 
D-18 
D-18 
D-18 
D-18 
D-18 
D-18 
D-T8 
D-18 
0-18 
D-18 
D-IB 
8-15 
B-T5 
B-15 
B-15 
B-15 

C-2 

C-2 

C-2 

C-2 
C-2 



U.S. 
number 

2031 

2031A 

2040 

2041 

2060 

2061 

2061 P 

2063 

2064 

2064P 

2065 

2066 

2066P 

2068 

2069 

2069P 

2080 

2 0808 

2O80'/iP 

A2oeo 

A2O80'/iP 

B2080 

B2080'/iP 

208 T 
A2081 

2138 

2138A 

2140 

2140A 

2203 

2208 

2209 

2240 

2240A 

2240B 

2301 

2301A 

2302 

2302A 

2334 



" " 


« « 


« « 


<i » 


« 1. 


a a 


a « 


« « 


« « 




« « ^ 


i< « ^ 


u. u 


« « 


» « 


» u 


« « 


a « 


u « 


« u 


« « 


« a 


u u 


u u 


garage hinge 




« « 


« u 


itrap hinge. 


tee hinge 




icuttfe hinge 




" 



screen door spring hint 



floor spring hinge., 



Sc804 


C-5 


e04KBP 


C-5 


243 BT 


B-8 


BB243BT 


8-8 


HTBB180 


A-19 


HTBB239 


A- 19 


HTBB235 


A-19 


HTBB181 


A-18 


HTBB250 


A-I8 


HTBB251 


A-ia 


♦HTBBn2 


A-2 3 


*HTBBI72 


A-2 3 


►HTBB132 


A.23 


HTBBIU 


A-22 


HTBB163 


A-22 


HTBB123 


A-22 


BB165BT 


A-11 


B81628T 


A-n 


88125 


A-n 


BB1638T 


A-IO 


88123 


A-10 


165BT 


8-13 


125 


B-13 


BB116BT 


A-11 


BBflSBT 


A-10 


B81458K 


0-3 


BB1458KJ 


0-3 


BBI456K 


0-2 


BB1456KJ 


0-2 


Sc902RBP 


G-3 


Sc906R8P 


G-7 


Sc908RBP 


G-8 


1634 


F-5 


1634J 


F-5 


1634R 


F-5 


154 


J-9 


154'/4 


J-9 


152 


J-9 


152'/4 


J-9 


BB156 


F-2 



*when ordering specify as listed 
••specify wood screws for jamb leaf 



unlest ordered to template 



use three hinges to door 



ball bearing hinges 


SECTION 

A 




pages 



full mortise hinges 
half surface hinges 
half mortise hinges 
full surface hinges 

hospital type full mortise hinges 
hospital type half surface hinges 
hospital type half mortise hinges 
hospital type full surface hinges 

prison hinges 



2 to 9 
10 to n 
12 to 13 
14 to M 

18 to 21 
22 to 23 
24 to 25 
26 to 29 

30 



BB199 (template) 

BB^ 8 1 {non.femplote} 



BB168 (template) 

BB250 (non-templCe) 



BBna (template) 
6B251 (non-template) 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hinges 

extra-heavy 



brass or bronze — poHsbed 
and finely finished 



sfeel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



flat buHon tips are standard 




^j 







« 



uses for heavy doors or doors where high frequency service is expected, such as 
t^offic^s °'' *° buildings, stores, public buildings and corridor entrance doors 

use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steet jombs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

ho"eT;'bt»ld ™?r„g°' "•" '"'" *™"^" ""■"■ '~"" "' ''«'' '""^'^"^O ""'> 

the inner edges of the leaves (e>ccept those for painting) ore beveled to moke close 

fining joints 

fnlrll!^^'^''°'?^lf*^;'- u"*^ ^'"^^' ""'^ ^^°^"y "PP«^ P'°*«d before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish ^ 

butt hinges for pointing are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms o 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coot, thereby preventing point from peeling 

!4 *^*/,°'"^ P°'"* clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner 

edges ot the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable full jeweled ball 
bearings, except size 4" x 4", which has two bearings 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges 
are stainless steel ^ 

additional narrow width hinges ovailable in sizes 4'/2 x 4, 6 x 4Vi and 6 x 5 inches 



templolt hin9* 
illuitratvd 



I 



ball tips furni«h«d on 
ord«r — «p«eify "BT" at 
o swfflx to data number 



size open 
(inches) 



4 X 4 

4 '/a X 4'/2 

5 X 4 

5 X 4/2 

5 k5 

6 X 6 
8 X 6 
8 X 8 



gauge of 
metal 



.170 
.180 
.190 
.190 
.190 
.203 
.203 
.203 



quantity ond siz« of screws 






template 


non-template 


per 100 


pairs (lbs) 


mochine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


4— 'A X 12-24 


4 — 1 '4 X 1 2 


8—1/4 X 12 


274 


244 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4—1 '/a X 12 


8 — 1 "4 X 1 2 


342 


304 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 


10- 1/2X 12 


382 


339 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4— T/2 X 12 


10— 1/2X 12 


408 


362 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4— l'/2X 12 


10—1/2 X 12 


436 


388 


5 — V2 X '/i-20 


5— l'/2x 14 


10—1/2x14 


702 


625 


8 — '/2 X '/4-2O 


8—1/2 X 14 


14—1/2x14 


886 


788 


8— '/2 X '4-20 


8 — 1/2X 14 


14 — 1/2 X 14 


1068 


950 



one pair in a box with screws fi„:,u^, j -u j 

finishes described on page 30 
when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jombs, specify "oil MS" 



[STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 





brass or bronze — polished and 
finely finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



(template) BB193 

(non-templat<>) BB180 



(template) BB174 

(noo-templote) BB239 



ftat button tips are standard 






boll tips furnlfhecl on 
order — specify "BT" as 
a suffix to class number 



uses for medium weight doors receiving average frequency service, where the 
finest brass, bronze or steel ball bearing butt hinge is desired 

use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened by 
cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves are beveled to make close-fitting joints 
the steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring a fine 
durable finish 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 
equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges 
are stainless steel 
additional narrow width hinges avialoble in sizes 3 V2 x 3, 4 x 3'/2, 6 x 4'/2 and 6 x 5 inches 





gauge of 
metal 


quantity ond size of screws 


per 100 p 


'A weight 


size open 

(inches) 


template 


non-template 






machine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — '/2 X 1 0-24 


3— 1 X 10 


6 — 78 X 8 


89 


79 


3'/2 X 3'/2 


.123 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — 1 X 10 


6—1 X 9 


152 


135 


4 X 4 


.130 


4 — 1/2 X 12-24 


4 — P/4 X 1 2 


8 — 1 X 10 


200 


178 


4'/2 X 4 


.134 


4 — '/2 X 1 2-24 


4 - 1 '/4 X 1 2 


8 — 1 1/4 X 1 


234 


207 


4'/2 X 4/2 


.134 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 1/4 X 1 2 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 


259 


230 


5 X 4 


.146 


4 — '/a X 1 2-24 


4 — P/4 X 1 2 


1 — 1 '74 X 1 2 


282 


251 


5 X 4'/2 


.146 


4 — Vi X 1 2-24 


4— l'/4 X 12 


1 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


302 


269 


5 X 5 


.146 


4 — '/2 X 1 2-^4 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


10— l'/4 X 12 


347 


309 


6 X 6 


.160 


S — ViK Va-20 


5 — P/2 X 1 4 


10— P/2X 14 


528 


470 



one pair in a box with screws finishes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 



use three hinges to a door [STANLEY] 

® 



full feweled 

stainless steel and aluminum hinges 

ball bearing extra-heavy 



STSBB199 (template) 
STSBB181 (.or-template) 



STSDBB199 (template) 
STSDBB181 (rtori-templote) 



ALDBB199 (template) 
ALDBB181 (non-template) 



Stainless steel — 
highiy policed 



stainless steel — 
sofifi finish 



aluminum-anodlzed — 
saf/n finish 



uses for doors receiving high frequency service where corrosion resistant buU 
hinges are necessary, such as in dairies, creameries, chemical laboratories, hospitals, 
sewage disposal plants, etc 

use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed metal jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 



construction made of extra heavy wrought stainless steel or aluminum, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves ore beveled to make close-fitting joints 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricoted non-detachable full-jeweled ball 
bearings 

equipped with easily seated non-rising loose pins with flat button tips 

stainless steel butt hinges have stainless steel tips and pins 

aluminum butt hinges have aluminum tips and stainless steel pins 



L 


1 


® 1- 


I X' 


^ 


I w 


iL 


1 A 


f- 


1 ^^ 



boll beoritig hingat of 
alt typ«t available in 
wrought ttainleis ttacl 
and aluminum 



size open 


gouge of 
metal 








, overage 

per 100 


net weight 


(inches) 


template 


non-template 






mochine 


wood 


wood 


itoinlesj 
<teel 




4'/2 X 4 


.180 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4— l'/4 X 12 


8~l'/4 X 12 


290 


no 


4'/2 X AVl 


.180 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


309 


118 


5 x4 


.190 


4-/2 X 12-24 


4— T/2X 12 


1 — 1 '/2 X 12 


339 


130 


5 X 4'/2 


.190 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4— l'/2X 12 


10— T/2 X 12 


362 


138 


5 x5 


.190 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 


10— l'/2 X 12 


388 


146 



one pair In a box with screws 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed metal jambs, specify "all MS" 



[Stanley) "se three hinges to a door 



Rev. 53-4 




stainless steel and aluminum hinges 
ball bearing 



stainless steel — 
highly poiishcu 


(template) STSBB193 
(non-template) STSBB180 


stainless steel — 
safin finish 


(template) STSDBB193 
(non-template) STSDBB180 


aluminum-anodized — 
satin finish 


(template) ALDBB193 
(non-template) ALDBB180 



ball iMoring hinges of 
alt types available in 
wrought stainless steel 
and aluminum * 



uses for doors receiving average frequency service where corrosion resistant 
butt hinges are necessary, such as In dairies, creameries, chemical laboratories, hospitals, 
sewage disposal plants, etc 

use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed metal jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 



construction made of wrought stainless steel or aluminum, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling 

the Inner edges of the leaves are beveled to make close-fitting joints 
equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 
equipped with easily seated non-rising loose pins with flat button tips 
stainless steel butt hinges have stainless steel tips and pins 
aluminum butt hinges have aluminum tips and stainless steel pins 



sire open 


gauge of 
metal 




quantity and size of screws 




average r 
per 100 


et weight 
.airs (lbs) 


te^plofe 


non- template 






stainless 
steel 






machine 


wood 


wood 




3'/2 X 3 


.123 


3 — 'A X 10-24 


3—1 X 10 


6-1 X 9 


120 


47 


3'/2 X 3'/2 


.123 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3—1 X 10 


6—1 X 9 


135 


53 


4 X 3^2 


.130 


4 _ 1/2 X 1 2-24 


4—174 X 12 


8—1 X 1 


164 


64 


4 X 4 


.130 


4 — Vi X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


8—1 X 1 


178 


68 


4'/2 X 4 


.134 


A — Vi X 12-24 


4 — P/4 X 1 2 


8—11/4x10 


213 


82 


4'/2 X 4'/2 


.134 


4 — '/2x 12-24 


4— l'/4 X 12 


8 — 1 74 X 1 


230 


88 


5 x4 


.146 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4— P/4 X 12 


1 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


251 


96 


5 X 41/2 


.146 


4 — 1/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '74 X 1 2 


1 — P/4 X 1 2 


269 


103 


5 x5 


.146 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


10— P/4 X 12 


309 


118 



one pair in a box with screws 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed metal jambs, specify "all MS" 



use three hinges to o door I, STAN LEY J 

(5) 




6617972 (temptate) 
B624P/2 (nor-tempfote) 



66 179 (template) 

dB241 {non-template) 



68146 (template) 

BB242 (non-template) 



steel — planished and plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
cottied for painting 



flat button tips ore standard 



uses for medium weight interior doors receiving overage frequency service 
use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner 
edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 

equipped with easily seated non-rising loose pins 

for wide-throw hinges, see page B-8 

additional narrow width hinges available in sizes 3 '/2 x 3, 4 x 3!/2, 6 x 4'/2 and 6x5 inches 



template hinge 
illuttrated 



1 



boll lips furnished on 
order — specify "BT" as 
a suffix to doss number 





gauge of 
metal 


quontity and size of screw 


/i 


overage 

net weight 

per 100 pairs 


pairs in 
a case 


averoge 


(inches) 


template 


r>on-templote 


cose 

weight 






machine 


wood 


wood 


(lbs) 




(lbs) 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3—1 X 10 


6 — Vb X 8 


79 


50 


42 


3'/2 X 3'/2 


.123 


3 — 'A X 10-24 


3— 1 X 10 


6— 1 X 9 


135 


50 


70 


4 X 4 


.130 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


8—1 X 10 


178 


25 


46 


4'/2 X 4 


.134 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — T '/4 X 1 2 


8 — P/4 X 1 


207 


25 


52 


41/2 X 4'/2 


.134 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


8 — p/4 X 1 


230 


25 


59 


5 X 4 


.146 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


1 — P/4 X 1 2 


251 


20 


52 


5 x4'/2 


.146 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


1 — ] '/4 X 1 2 


269 


20 


56 


5 x5 


.146 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4— P/4 X 12 


10— p/4 X 12 


309 


20 


64 


6 x6 


.160 


5-'/2 X '/4-2O 


5— l'/2 X 14 


1 — 1 '/2 X 14 


470 


25 


125- 



one pair in a box with screws finishes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 



1 , STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



\ 



brass or bronze — polished and 
finely finished 



brass or bronie — planished 



(template) 6619114 

(non- template} BB184y3 



(template) BB191 

(non-template) BB184 



uses for medium weight doors receiving average frequency service 
use template butt hinges on hollov. metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought brass or bronze, toughened and hardened by cold- 
rolling 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 
equipped with stainless steel easily seated non-rising loose pins 
additional narrow width hinges available in sizes 3'/. x 3, 4 x 3'/., 6 x 4V. and 6 x 5 inches 



3 X 3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 X 4 
4'/2 X 4 
471 X 4 'A 

5 X 4 

5 X 4'/2 

5 X 5 

6 X 6 



.092 
.123 
.130 
.134 
.134 
.146 
.146 
.146 
.160 



quantity and s 






3 _ 1/2 X 10-24 

3 — 1/2 X 10-24 

4 — '/2 X 1 2-24 
4 _ 1/2 X 1 2-24 
4 _ »/2 X 1 2-24 
4 — 72 X 1 2-24 
4 _ 1/2 X 1 2-24 

4 _ 1/2 X 12-24 

5 _ 1/2 X '/4-20 



one pair in a box with screws 
when ordering template butt hinges 






3—1 X 10 

3—1 X 10 
4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 
4 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 
4 _ 1 1/4 X 12 
4 — 1 'A X 1 2 
4 — 1 '/4 X 12 

4 — 1 74 X 1 2 

5 — 1 'A X 1 4 






■ 1 



Vi X 8 

9 

8—1 X 1 
8 — 1 '/4 X 1 
8 — 1 74 X 1 
1 — 1 74 X 12 
1 — 1 74 X 12 
1 — 1 74 X 1 2 
1 — 1 72 X 1 4 



overage 

net weight 

per 100 pairs 

flbi.) 



98 

149 
196 
228 
253 
276 
296 
340 
517 



50 
50 
25 
25 
25 
20 
20 
20 
25 



weight 

(tbs.) 



52 
78 
50 
60 
65 
58 
62 
70 
132 



finishes described on page 30 



for hollow metal doors with pressed steel iambs, specify "all MS" 



use three hinges to a door [^STANLEY] 



8 



olive knuckle hinges 
ball bearing extra-heavy 



BB92 (template) 

BB104 {ron-template) 



BB142 {lempfatel 
BB202 (non-»«mplate) 



BB143 (tempfate) 

BB204 (non-femplote) 



brass or bronze, drop forged — 
polished and fmmly finis/wf/ 



steel, drop forged — highly 
polished and heavily plated 



sfeel, drop forged — bonderized 
and prime coated for painting 



1 
^ 



: Ca- 



uses for hollow metal doors or wood doors of office buildings, hotels and hospitals 
use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non- template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of extra heavy brass, bronze or steel, drop forged 

the wide leaves with staggered screw holes prevent the hinges from rocking and in- 
crease the holding power of the screws 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting ore bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing point from 
peeling or flaking 

equipped with a Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearing 
the pins in the brass and bronze butt hinges are stainless steel 
loose joint — when ordering specify hand 



6x4 
6 X 4'/2 
6x5 
6x6 



gauge 

of 
metal 


width of 
leoves 

(inches) 


.225 


T/t 


.225 


l'/8 


.225 


1'/. 


.225 


I'/g 



maximum 

clearance between 

door [180° open 

position) and 

iamb (inches) 



l'/4 

2'/4 
3'/4 



quantity ond size of screws 



when door it 
closed only Ih* 
knucklA i> viiibls 



4— '/2 X '/4-20 

4— '/2 X 1/4-20 

4-/2 X '/4-20 

4 — '/2 X 1/4-20 



wood 



4 — 1 'A X 14 
4— l'/2 X 14 
4— P/2 X 14 
4 — T/2 X 1 4 






8 — T/2 X 14 
8—1/2 X 14 
8 — 1/2 X 14 
8— 1/2 X 14 



overage net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs.) 


bronze 


steel 


298 


265 


303 


270 


311 


277 


328 


292 



one pair in a box with screws fi„:ci,» j u j 

, . . , . fimshes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 

specify hand {see page 27) 



[STANLEY^ "^^ ^^^^^ ^^'"9^5 to a door 




olive knuckle hinges 
ball bearing 



brass or bronze — poHshed 
and finely finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(template) 
(non-tempiofe) 



(template) BB95 

{non-temptate) BBIOO 



(template) BB141 

(ron-templote) BB201 



BB140 
BB200 



i 

1 

\ 



when doer it 
cletad only the 
knuckle it vitible 



uses for wood doors with wood or pressed steel jombs In residences and apartment 
houses • size 5" recommended for Wi" doors, 6" for P^" doors 
extra heavy hinges (page A-8} should always be used on hollow metal doors, heavy 
wood doors or doors receiving high frequency service, and especially for doors equipped 
with door closers 

use template butt hinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting ore bonderiied and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking 

equipped with a Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearing 
the pins in the brass and bronze butt hinges are stoinless steel 
loose joint — when ordering specify hand 
for similar hinges for cabinets see page D-20 





gauge 

of 
metal 


widtK 
open 
(inches) 


width 

of 
leovei 

(inches) 


maximum 

clearance 

between door 

(180" open 

position) and 

jamb (inches) 


quantity and size ol screws 


overage net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs.) 


length 
(inchei) 


templote 


non-template 






mochine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


5 
6 


.169 
.203 


3'/4 

ays 


' ViG 


1% 

iy4 


4_l/l X 10-24 

4— '/a X 12-24 


4 — 1 xlO 
4 — 174 X 12 


8 — 1 X 10 

8 — T/4 xl2 


149 

227 


133 

202 



one pair in a box with screws 



specify hand (see page 27) 



finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door 



tSTANlEY] 



10 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hinges 

half surface extra -heavy 



8113 (template) 



BB163 (template) 



BB123 (templo.e) 



brass or bronze poUshed 

and finely fmisbed 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 

steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



flat button tips are standard 







D 



S 



uses for heavy or high frequency kabmein doors with pressed steel jambs • 5176 6" 
also recommended for lead lined doors to x-ray rooms I os . size o 

hard^nlTh *" iT^'^ir "^ "T° ^eavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolhng; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

rnHngToint''' °^ ''' ''°''' ^""^' '^°'" *°' ''°'"'"^' °'^ ^^'^^^^ '"> "^^^^ ^'^^e- 

[n^^flr^t^birltr ''-^^^ ^'^ ^^°^''^ ^°^^- ^'°^^^ ^^^°- ^- p-'-o, 

butt NInges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizinq forms a 
strong bond between the metol and the prime coat, thereby prevent'g p'ainlTrom 

ziri:^:''on,: zt ^^^ '^^^--^^ '- ^^°^'^^^ ^^^-- ^^^ b'- -^ ^^e 

bearirgf ''''*' ^°'' ^'""'^^ permonently lubricated non-detachable full jeweled boll 

:^t:t :;^st::;f::rr'' "^"-''-^ '°^^^ '^"^ • ^^^ ^'- - "--^-- ^^^^ ^^-^^s 

when ordering size 6" the thickness of door must be specified . for doors W," or 
3" wide " ' "' " '^' ""' • '^^ *^°"^^ 2-/4" and over jamb leaf is 



I 



ball tipt furnished on 
order — spetify "BT" at 



•^^-firrf inifiiin'|«J 




measursitientt balow 

for application see 

page 17 



si^e 


gauge 

of 
metol 


wi 


dth 


ofTsef 

(inches) 
(C) 


quantity and size of screws 




length 


jamb leaf 

(Inches) 

(A) 


door leaf 

(inches) 

(6) 




of joint 
(inches) 


FH mochine 
iamb leaf 


OH machine 


per 100 


>arrs (lbs.) 


4V2 

5 
6 


.180 
.190 
-203 


2Yi 

2'/2 

see above 


2V,e 
278 

3'/4 


1 

1 

T/8 


4— '/a X 12-24 
4 — '/2 X 12-24 
5— '/2 X '^-20 


3 — 2'/4 X '/4-20 

4 — 2'/4 X '/4-20 
5~* X '/4-20 


400 
483 
718 


steel 

356 
430 
638 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts • sizes 4/2" and 
5" with screws for }%" doors • *6" with screws according to thickness of door 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 



(I 



i* 



d 



ball bearing hinges 
half surface 



n 



brass or bronie — polished 
and ftneiy Finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — polished and plated 



steel — planished and plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(template) 
(non-template) 



(template) 
(non-template) 



BBT12 
BB116 
BB172 
BB162 



(template) 
(non-template) 



BB 1731/2 
BB165!/2 



(template) 

(non-template) 



BB173 
BB165 



(template) 
(non-templctte) 



BB133 
BB12S 



flat button tips are standard 
uses for tnedium weight kalamein doors receiving average frequency service 



ball fip« «ri>i»hed pn ^^^^ template butt hinges on kalamein doors with pressed steel jambs 

order — tpeeify "BT" o. . . l i . • ■ u 

a tufflx ro class nuntber ^^^ non-templote butt hinges on kalamein doors with kalamein iambs 



application of machine 
screw and grommet nut 




measurements below 
for application see 



construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 
the inner edges of the leaves of the brass, bronze and highly polished steel butt hinges 
are beveled to moke close-fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bondenzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 
equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges 
are stainless steel 









1 




quantity and siie of screws 


avera 

weight 
pair 




size 


gauge 

of 
metot 


width 


oPFset 

(inches) 
(C) 


FH machine wood 


OH machine 


per 100 
(lbs) 


of joint 


jamb leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door leaf 

(inches) 

(B) 


jamb leaf 


(inches) 


templote 


non-template 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


3 


.092 


1/2 


l'¥l6 


^/l6 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3— ys x8 


3 — 1/2 X 10-24 


100 


90 


3Vi 


J23 


1^/4 


2'/e 


"/16 


3 — 1/2 X 10-24 


3 — 1 X 9 


3 — 13/4x10-24 


182 


162 


4 


.130 


2 


2'/4 


' V16 


4-/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 X 10 


3 — 2 x'/4-20 


22/ 


202 


4'/2 


.134 


2'/4 


2Vi6 


Ya 


4— '/2X 12-24 


4 — T/4 xlO 


3_2 X 74-20 


28i 


254 


5 


.146 


2'/2 


278 


1 


4_i/2 X 12-24 


5 — iy4 xl2 


4_2 x/4-20 


389 


346 



one pair in a box; jamb leaf with machine screws for template butt hinges 



finishes described on page 30 



and wood screws for non-template butt hinges; door leaf with machine screws and grommet nuts for 1 A doors 



use three hinges to a door 



[staniey! i 



i 



1 



12 



full ieweled 

ball bearing hinges 

half mortise extra-heavy 



BB98 (template) 



B138 (template) 



BB114 (template) 



brass or bronze — polished 
and finely finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plafed 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



flat button tips are stand ord 




uses for heavy or high frequency hollow metal doors with channel Iron jambs 

construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable full jeweled ball 
bearings 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges 
are stainless steel 

when ordering size 6" the thickness of door must be specified • for doors 1%" or 2" 
in thickness the door leaf is 2y8" wide, for doors 2 'A" and over door leof is 3" wide 



I 



ball tipi furnlthed on 
order — specify "ST" at 
a iwffix to class number 




meosurements below 

for appticalion see 

page 16 



size 


gauge 
of 

metal 


w 


dth 


offset 

(inches) 

(0 


quantity and siie of screws 




length 


lamb 
leaf 

(inches) 
(A) 


door 

leaf 

(inches) 

(B) 


overage net weight 
per 100 poirs (lbs) 


(inches) 


OH machine 


FH machine 




jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4'/2 

5 
6 


.180 
.190 
.203 


V/2 

V/i 

v/2 


2'/4 

2 '/a 
see above 


1 


3 — '/2 x 12-24 
4— '/2 X 12-24 

4— '/2 X '/4-20 


4— '/2 X 12-24 

4 — 'Ax 12-24 

5 — '/2 X '/4-20 


305 
380 
545 


271 
337 
485 



one pair in a box with machine screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 




ball tipt furnithad on 
ordar — spacify "BT" a% 
a ■ufflx to cidct number 




ntaoiuramcntf balow 

for application teft 

paga 16 



ball bearing hinges 
half mortise 



13 



brass or bronze — poUshod and 
finmly finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — planished and plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(tempfate) BB108 



(template) 68167*72 



(template) BB167 



(template) BB128 



flat button tips are standard 



uses for tnedium weight hollow metal doors with channel iror [ambs receiving aver- 
age frequency service 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except planished and prime coated butt hinges) are bev- 
eled to make close-fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barret and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges 
ore stainless steel 





gauge 

of 
metol 


width 


offset 

(inches) 


quantity and size of screws 


average net weight 


length 
of joint 
(incKes) 


jamb 
leof 

(inches) 
(A) 


door 
leaf 

(inches) 
(B) 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 


OH machine 


FH machine 




iamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4'/2 
5 


.134 
.146 


V/2 
V/2 


2'/4 
2'/2 


'V.6 


3 — '/2 X 12-24 
4_i/2 X 12-24 


4 — Vix 12-24 
4 — 'A X 12-24 


225 
288 


200 

257 



one pair in a box with machine screws 



finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door L STAN LEY J 

@ 



14 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hinges 

full surface extra-heavy 



BB109 (template) 



BB169 (femplDte) 

BB129 (template) 



brass or bronze — poh'sbedand 
fmely finished 



sfeel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



flat button tips are standard 



Ci 



CL^ 




uses for heavy or high frequency kalomein doors with chanr^el iron jambs • size 6" 
also recommended for lead lined doors to x-ray rooms 

construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available In wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) ore beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish 

hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a strong 
bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from peeling 
or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner edges 
of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable full jeweled ball 
bearings 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous hinges ore 
stainless steel 



t 



ball tips furnished on 
order — ^specify "BT" as 
a suffix to doss number 



application of machine 
screw and grommet nut 




measurements below 
for application see page 17 



size 


gouge 
of 

metal 


width 


ofTset 


quantity and size of OH 
machine screws 


average net 


length of 

joint 
(inches) 


jomb leaf 

(Inches) 

(A) 


door leaf 

(Inches) 

(B) 


door leaf 
(inches) 

(C) 


jamb leaf 

(inches) 

(Dl 


weight per 100 


jomb leaf 


door leof 


pairs (lbs) 




bronze 


steel 


4/2 

5 
6 


.180 
.190 
.203 


1/2 
1/2 
1/2 


2% 
278 

3/4 


1 
1 
1/ir 


1 


3-/2 X 12-24 
4-/2 X 12-24 

4-/2 X /4-20 


3 — 2/4 X /4-20 

4 — 2/4 X /4-20 
5-2/2 X /4-20 


365 

461 
658 


325 

410 
585 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts • sizes 4/2" and 5" 
with screws for P^" doors, 6" with screws for 2" doors 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] use three hinges to a door 




ball bearing hinges 
full surface 



brass or bronze — polished and 
finely fmished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — planished and plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



15 



(templote) BBT10 



(template) BB170 



(template) BB171 



(template) BBl3i 



flat button tips are standard 



uses for medium weight kalamein doors with channel iron jambs receiving average 
frequency service 



construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
wder — Ipee'ify ""BT" « ^V ^°'^ rolling; olso available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

a suffix to class number 

the inner edges of the leaves (except planished and prime coated hinges) are beveled 
to make close-fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
and grommet nwt a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
Inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 

meosuremenit below equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous hinges are 

for application tee . ■ ■ .1 

page 17 stamless steel 



application of 
screw 

r 




siie 


gauge 

of 
metal 


width 


offset 


quantity and siie of 
OH machine screws 




length 


jomb leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door leaf 

{inches) 

{B) 


door leaf 

(Inches) 

(C) 


tomb leaf 

(inches) 

(D) 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 


(inches) 


jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4'/2 

5 


.134 

.146 


l'/2 
V/2 


2Vi6 
278 


'Vl6 
1 


'V16 
V8 


3 — '/2 X 12-24 
4— '/2 X 12-24 


3 — 2 X '/4-2O 

4 — 2x '/4-2O 


277 
365 


246 
325 



one pair In a box with machine screws and grommet nuts 
for 1%" door 



finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door [ .STAN LEY J 

® 



16 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hinges 

full surface extra-heavy 



BB 10914 (template) 



BB 16914 (femplate) 



BB 12914 (remplate) 



brass or bronze — polkhmd 
and fmmly finislwd 



steel — highly polished and 
h»avHy plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



flat button tips are standard 



® 



t ^^^ 



(^ 



jMB 



©■3:' iS 



^ 



uses for tubular steel doors with channel iron jambs 



construction mode of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable full jeweled boll 
bearings 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins • the pins in non-ferrous hinges are 
stainless steel 



T 



ball lipi furnithad on 
ord«r — tpcdfy'' "BT" a> 
a tuffix to clos« number 






application of nTBchin* 
■cr«w end grommat nut 



h 



H 




m«aiur«m«nti ImIow 

for application sm 

|Miaa16 



size 


flouge of 

metal 


width 


oflFiet 


quantity and size of 
OH machine screws 


overage 


length 
of joint 
(inches) 


(omb leaf 
(inches) 

(A) 


door leaf 
(inches) 

m 


doer leaf 

(Inches) 

(C) 


iamb leaf 

(inches) 

(D) 


net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs) 


jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4'/2 
5 

6 


.180 
.190 
.203 


V/z 
VA 

1/2 


2 

2Vi6 

23/8 


Vl6 
Vl6 


Vl6 
V.6 
V.6 


4— '/2x '/4.2O 
4 — '/2x '/4-2O 
4 — '/2x '/4-2O 


4 — 2x '/4-2O 
4 — 2 X '/4-2O 
4 — 2x '/4-2O 


318 
405 
460 


283 
360 
409 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts 
[STAN LEY J use three hinges to o door 



finishes described on page 30 



J, 



ball bearing hinges 
full surface 



17 



steel — planished and plafed 



uses for folding doors 
applied to the surface of the doors with flat head machine screws and grommet nut 




application of macKine 
screw and grommel nul 



construction mode of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings 

furnished on special order, at additional cost, in other widths and with various locations 
of screw holes 









overage net weight 


size open 


gauge of metol 


quantity and size of 
FH machine screws 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 


(inches) 


with screws and nuts 


without screws or rruts 


23/4 X 6 


.125 


6 — l'/2 X 12-24 


152 


112 


23/4 X 8 


.125 


8 — 1/2 X '/4-2O 


174 


134 



one pair in a box when ordered with screws and grommet nuts • without screws packed bulk 

finishes described on page 30 
when ordering state with or without screws 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 



^ 



18 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hospital hinges 

extra-heavy 



HTBBT99 (template) 
HTBB181 (non-template) 


brass or bronze — polished 
and finely finished 


HTBB168 (template) 
HTBB250 (non-template) 


steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 


HTBB118 (template) 
HTBB25 1 (non-template) 


steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 




uses for heavy doors or doors where high frequency service Is expecfed in hospitals 
and institutions 

use template butt hinges on hollow metol doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 



fatt pin 
template hinge illuttrated 



construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 
the inner edges of the leaves (except those for pointing) ore beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coot, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or fioking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled ball bearings, except 
size 4x4 which has two bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges ore stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 

additional narrow width hinges available In sizes 4 '/a x 4, 6 x AVi and 6x5 inches 



size open 




quantity and size of screws 


average ne 


t weight 










per 100 pairs llbsl 


(inches) 


metal 


template 


non-template 








machine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


4 x4 


.170 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4~l'/4 X 12 


8 — l'/4 x12 


247 


220 


4'/2 X AVl 


.180 


4-/2 X 12-24 


4 — l'/4 X 12 


8 — 114 X 12 


308 


274 


5 x4 


.190 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/a X 12 


10 — l'/2 X 12 


344 


306 


5 x 4'/2 


.190 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — l'/2 xl2 


10 — T/2 xl2 


369 


328 


5 x5 


.190 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 172 X 12 


10-l'/2 xl2 


393 


350 


6 x6 


.203 


5 — y2X '/4-20 


5 — l'/2 X 14 


10 — T/2 xl4 


634 


564 


8 x6 


.203 


8 — '/2 X '/4-20 


8— l'/2xl4 


14— l'/2 X 14 


800 


71 1 


8 x8 


.203 


8 — '/2X '/4-20 


8— l'/2xl4 


14 — 1/2 xl4 


963 


857 



one pair in a box with screws finishes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 



[STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 




brass or bronze — pofhhed and 


(template) HTBB193 
(non-template) HTBB180 


steel — highfy poHshed and 
heavily plated 


(template) HTBB174 
(ron-templote) HTBB239 


steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 


(template) HTBB145 

(non-template) HTBB235 



tptt pin 

hinge illustrated 



uses for medium weight doors receiving average frequency service in hospitals and 
institutions 

use template butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 

use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 



construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to moke close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for pointing ore bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing point from 
peeling or fiaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated boll bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges ore stainless steel • oil numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 

additional narrow width hinges available in sizes 3 '/j x 3, 4 x 3'/2, 6 x 4'/2 and 6x5 inches 



size open 




q 


entity and size of screws 


average net weight 










per 100 pairs (lbs) 


(inches) 


metal 


template 


non-template 








mochine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — '72 X 10-24 


3 — 1 xlO 


6— Vb X 8 


80 


71 


3/2 X 3'/2 


.123 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — 1 xlO 


6 — 1 X 9 


136 


121 


4 x4 


.130 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4-1'/* X 12 


8 — 1 X 10 


180 


160 


4'/2 X 4 


.134 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1% X 12 


8 — 11/4 X 10 


210 


187 


4'/2 X 4'/2 


.134 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 174 X 12 


8 — 174 X 10 


233 


207 


5 X 4 


.146 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — T/4 xl2 


10 — 1 'A x12 


254 


226 


5 X 4'/2 


.146 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1% xl2 


10 — 1'/4 x12 


272 


242 


5 x5 


.146 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — iy4 xl2 


10 — l'/4 xl2 


312 


278 



finishes described on page 30 



one pair in a box with screws 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs specify "all MS' 



use three hinges to a door ^STANLEY] 



20 



hospital friction liinges 
bail bearing extra-heavy 



BB153 (femplate) 
BB253 {non.t«mpla»ej 



BB147 (template) 

BB247 (non-templofe) 



steel-highly polished and 
heavily plated 



%ieel-bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



uses for doors in hospitals where quiet is essential • will hold doors open at any angle 
and prevent them from slamming 

use template butt hinges on hollow metol doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 

use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood [ambs 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold 
rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from peel- 
ing or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner 
edges of the leaves 

the weight of the door is carried on Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings • 
the friction unit is entirely independent and performs only one function — to supply 
friction, which is adjustable by turning the non-removable lower tip • the eight friction 
discs are of alternate bronze and hardened steel, insuring long wear 

for use with friction butt hinges, we recommend our roller latch for holding the door in 
the closed position and rubber door silencers for quieting the door when coming into the 
closed position • see pages F-6 and F-7 






gauge of 
metol 


clearance between 

leaves when 

opened poroHel 

(inchesl 


quantity and size of screws 


average 


size open 
(inches) 


template 


non- template 


net weight 
per 100 pairs 




machine wood 


wood 


(lbs) 


4/2 X 4 


.190 


V32 


4 — '/2 X 1 2-24 


4 — 1 V2 X 1 2 


10— P/2 X 12 


282 


472 X 4'/2 


.190 


V32 


4 — '/2 X 1 2-24 


4 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 


10—1/2x12 


302 


5 x4 


.190 


V32 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/a X 12 


1 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 


322 


5 X 4'/2 


.190 


V32 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 


1 — P/2 X 1 2 


342 


5 x5 


.190 


V32 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — T/2 X 1 2 


10— l'/2 X 12 


354 



one pair in a box wirh screws finishes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 




il 



Ismplate hinge illustrated 



u 



hospital friction hinges 
bail bearing extra-heavy 



21 



steel — highly poHshod and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
cottted for painting 



(template) HTBB153 

(non-template) HTBB253 



(template) HTBB147 

(non-templote) HTBB247 



i 



uses for doors in hospitals and institutions where quiet is essential • will hold doors 
open at any angle and prevent them from slamming 

use templote butt hinges on hollow metal doors or wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by 
cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) ore beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the end of the barrel is rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for pointing are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

the weight of the door is carried on Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings • 
the friction unit is entirely Independent and performs only one function — to supply 
friction, which Is adjustable by turning the non-removable lower tip • the eight fric- 
tion discs are of alternate bronze and hardened steel, insuring long wear 
for use with friction butt hinges, we recommend our roller latch for holding the door in 
the closed position and rubber door silencers for quieting the door when coming into 
the closed position • see pages F-6 and F-7 





gauge of 
metal 


clearance 
between leaves 

when opened 
parollel 
(inches) 


quantity and size of screws 


average 


(inches) 


template 


non-templote 


net weight 
per 100 pairs 




machine 


wood 


wood 


(lbs) 


4'/2 X 4 

4'/2 X 4'/2 

5 X 4 
5 X 4-/2 
5 X 5 


.190 
.190 
.190 
.190 
.190 


V32 
V32 
V32 
V32 
V32 


4— '/2 X 12-24 

4-/2 X 12-24 
4— '/2 X 12-24 
4— '/2 X 12-24 
4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — l'/2 X 12 
4 — l'/2 X 12 
4 — l'/2 X 12 
4 — 1 'A X 1 2 
4 — I'A xl2 


10- I'A Xl2 

10- I'A X 12 
10 — I'A X 12 
10 — I'A X 12 
10 — I'A X 12 


271 
290 
310 
329 
340 



one pair in a box with screws finishes described on page 30 

when ordering template butt hinges for hollow metal doors with pressed steel jambs, specify "all MS" 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 



22 



full ieweled 
ball bearing hospital hinges 
half surface extra-heavy 



HTBB113 (template) 



HTBB163 (templafe) 



HTBB123 (templafe) 



brass or bronze — polished 
and finely fmhhed 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



% 



uses for heavy or high frequency kolamein doors v^ith pressed steel jambs in hospitals 
ond institutions • size 6" also recommended for lead-linecJ doors to x-ray rooms 



fast pin 



construction made of extra heavy v/rought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting (oints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing point from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
mner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled ball bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges ore stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 

when ordering size 6", the thickness of door must be specified • for doors 1%" or 2" 
in thickness the jamb leaf is 2y&" wide • for doors 2'/4" and over jamb leaf is 3" wide 



application of^machins 
screw and grommal nut 




meqsuremenis below 
for applicalion tee 



size 

length 
of joint 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


wic 


th 


offset 

(inches) 

(C) 


quantity ond 


siie of screws 


average net weight 


iomb leaf 

(inehes) 
(A) 


door leaf 
(inches) 

(B) 


FH mochine 


OH machine 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 


jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4Y2 

5 

6 


.180 
.190 
.203 


2 'A 

2'/2 

see above 


2V,6 
2% 

3'/4 


1 
1 

V/b 


4— '/2 X 12-24 
4 — '/i X 12-24 
5— '/2 X '74-20 


3 — 2'/4 X '74-20 

4 — 2 '74 X '74-20 
5—* X '74-20 


375 
470 
528 


334 

418 
470 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts • finishes described on page 30 

sizes 4'72"' and 5" with screws for 1%" doors • *6" with screws according to thickness of door 



[ , STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



.V 



ball bearing hospital hinges 
half surface 



brass or bronxe — polished and 
fmBly finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavify plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



23 



(template) HTBBII? 



(template) HTBB172 



(template) HTBB132 



• 



application of macKine 




loiuromentt below 



uses for medium weight kalamein doors with pressed steel jambs receiving average 
frequency service in hospitals and institutions 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make ciose- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel ore rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or fiaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges are stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 



size 


gauge 

of 
metal 


w- 


dth 


offset 

(inches) 
(C) 


quantity and size of screws 


average 


length 


leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door 

leaf 

(incties) 

(8) 


net weight 


of joint 

(inches) 


FH mochine 


OH machine 


(lbs) 




jomb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


3 


.092 


I'/a 


l'3/,6 


»/l6 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — l'/2 X 10-24 


98 


87 


3'/2 


.123 


1% 


2'/t 


"/l6 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — PA X 10-24 


163 


145 


4 


.130 


2 


2'/4 


' '/l6 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


3 — 2 X '/4-20 


213 


190 


4 'A 


.134 


2'/4 


2V,6 


y* 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 


3 — 2 X '/4-20 


270 


240 


5 


.146 


2'/2 


2% 


1 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 2 X '/4-20 


374 


333 



one pair in a box; jamb leaf with machine screws,- door leaf with machine screws and grommet 

nuts for 1%" doors finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 



^ 



24 



full ieweled 
ball bearing hospital hinges 
half mortise extra-heavy 



HTBB98 (template) 



HTBB138 (template) 



HTBBIM (templafe) 



brass or bronze — polished 
and finely fmished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



:A 



uses for heavy or high frequency hollow merol doors with channel iron jambs in 
hospitals and institutions 



> 



construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stointess steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel ore rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance Is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of*the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled ball bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges ore stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 

when ordering size 6" the thickness of door must be specified • for doors 1%" or 2" 
in thickness the door leaf is 25/8" wide • for doors IVa" and over door leaf is 3" wide 




maaiurementt below 

for opplicalion ■«• 

page 16 



size 
length 
of joint 
(inches] 



4'/2 

5 
6 



gauge 
of 

metol 



.180 
.190 
.203 



jamb leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 



l'/2 
l'/2 
VA 



door leaf 

(inches) 

(B) 



2/4 
2/2 

see above 



one pair in a box with machine screws 



ofFset 


quantity ond s 


ze of screws 


averoge net weight 


(inches) 
(C) 


OH mochine 


FH machine 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 




jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


1 


3-/2 x]2-24 
4-/2 x 12-24 

4-/2X /4-20 


4-/2 X 12-24 

4-/2 X 12-24 

5~/2X 1/4-20 


' 281 
358 
531 


250 
318 
473 



finishes described on page 30 



[ ^STANLEY j use three hinges to a door 



A' 



U 



\ 



i 



ball bearing hospital hinges 
half mortise 



25 



brass or bronze — polished 
and finely fmlshed 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — honderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(templare) HTBB108 



(template) HTBB 167^2 



(template] HTBB128 




for applicotien ••• 



uses for medium weight hollow metal doors with channel iron jambs receiving average 
frequency service in hospitals and institutions 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available In wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel ore rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

butt hinges for painting ate bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated boll bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous butt hinges ore stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross- 
pinned 



size 


gogge 

of 
metol 


width 


offset 
(inches) 

(C) 


quantity and s 


iie of screws 




length 
of ioint 


jamb leaf 

(inche,) 

(A) 


door leaf 

(inches) 

W 


OH macKine 


FH machine 


per 100 pairs (lbs) 


(inches) 


jamb leaf 


door leaf 


bronze 


steel 


4'/2 
5 


.134 
.146 


l'/2 
l'/2 


2'/4 

2Vi 


'V.6 


3— '/2 X 12-24 

4 — •/! X 12-24 


4 — 1/2 X 12-24 

4 — 1/2 X 12-24 


235 
253 


209 

225 



one pair in a box with machine screws 



finishes described on page 30 



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26 



full jeweled 
ball bearing hospital hinges 
full surface extra-heavy 



HTBB109 (templote) 



HTBB169 (template) 



HTBB129 (templote) 



brass or bronze — polished 
and finely finished 



- highly polished and 

heavily plated 

- honderized and prime 

coated for painting 




uses for heavy or high frequency kalamein doors with channel iron jambs in hospitals 
and mshtutions • size 6" also recommended for lead lined doors to x-ray rooms 

construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to moke close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish ^ 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

hinges for pointing are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms o strong 
bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from peeling 
or flaking • ample point clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner 
edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled ball bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous hinges ore stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross-pinned 



fait pin 



1 



appiicalion of mactiine 
screw and gramm«> nut 



r* 



size 



(inches) 



4'/2 

5 

6 



.180 
.190 

.203 



leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 



l'/2 
V/2 
V/2 



door 
leaf 

(inches) 
(8) 



2Vl6 

27. 

3'/4 



door 

leaf 

(inches] 

(C) 



1 
1 
l'/8 



(inches) 
(D) 






1 



quantify and size of 
OH machine screws 



3— '/t X 12-24 
4~'/2 X 12-24 

4— '/2 X '/4-20 



3 — 2'/4 X '/4-20 

4 — 2'/4 X '/4-2Q 

5 — 2/2 X '/4-20 



overage net weigth 
per 100 pairs (lbs) 



bronze 



344 
438 
498 



steel 



306 
390 
443 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts; sizes 4 'A" and 5" 
with screws for 1%" doors; 6" with screws for 2" doors 



finishes described on page 30 



L 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 



I- 



m 



\^ 



,^^ 



ball bearing hospital hinges 
full surface 



brass or bronze — polished and 
finely finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



27 



(template) HTBB110 



(template) HTBB170 



(template) HTBB134 



r 



applicalion of mochine 
icrew and gromntRl nut 



^ 



meatwrvmenti below 
for appllcoHon i«a 



uses for medium weight kolamein doors with channel iron jambs receiving average 
frequency service in hospitals and institutions 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling; also available irj wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fin^ durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings 

the pins in non-ferrous hinges are stainless steel • all numbers shown are cross-pinned 





gouge 

of 
metal 


widtK 


offset 


quantity an6 size of 
OH machine screws 


overage 

net weight 

per 100 pairs 

(lbs.) 


length 
of joint 
{incKes) 


jamb 

l«af 

(inchet) 

(A) 


door 

leaf 

(inches) 

(B) 


door 

leof 

tinches) 

(CI 


jomb 

leaf 

(inches) 

(D) 


iamb leof 


door leaf 


steel bronze 


4/2 
5 


.134 
.146 


l'/2 
1/2 


2Vl6 

2ya 


'V,6 
1 


'V,6 

y. 


3 — '/2 X 12-24 

4 — '/2 X 12-24 


3 — 2x '/4-20 

4 — 2 X '/4-20 


273 243 
355 316 



! pair in a box; with machine screws and grommet nuts for 1%" doors 



finishes described on page 30 



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Jd 



28 



full jeweled 
ball bearing hospital hinges 
full surface extra-heavy 



HTBB109y2 (femplafe) 



HTBBl 691/2 (templo»e) 



HTBB 1291/2 (femplafej 



brass or bronze — polished and 
fmmty finished 



steel — highly polished and 
hmavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



M- ^ .«^ 



uses for fubular steel doors with channel iron jambs in hospitals and institutions 



construction made of extra heavy wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling; also available in wrought stainless steel and aluminum 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) ore beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust 

hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled boll bearings 
the pins in non-ferrous hinges are stainless steel 



i 



applJcaHen of mochina 
tcrtw and gromm*! nul 




mcaiurvmanlt balew 
far application ■•• 



lize 


gauge 

of 
metal 


width 


offset 


quantity and size of 
OH machine screws 


average 


length 
of ioint 
(inches) 


iamb 

leaf 

(inches) 

(A) 


door 
leof 

(B) 


door 

leaf 

( inches) 

(C) 


iamb 

leaf 

(inches) 

(D) 


net weight 

per 100 pairs 

(lbs.) 




iamb leof 


door leaf 


bronie 


steel 


4'/2 

5 
6 


.180 
.190 

.203 


l'/2 
V/2 
1/2 


2 

2Vi6 
2H 


V.6 
V16 

V,6 


V16 
Vl6 


4— '/2 X '/4-2O 
4— '/2 X '/4-2D 
4— '/2 X '/4-2O 


4--2x '/4-2O 
4 — 2x '/4-2O 
4 — 2x '/4-2O 


303 

388 
438 


270 
345 
390 



one pair in a box with machine screws and grommet nuts 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] use three hinges to a door 



^ 



full jeweled 

ball bearing hospital hinges 

full surface extra -heavy 



29 



steel — highly polished and 

heavily plated 



(template) BB266 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(template) B8126 





uses for corridor doors to patients' rooms in hospitals and institutions • doors when opened to a 90 degree 
angle, ore entirely clear of the opening 

construction mcde of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 
the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close-fitting joints 
the highly polished steel hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring a fine durable finish 
hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal 
and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between 
the barrel and the inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with four Stanley permanently lubricated full jeweled ball bearings 

furnished on order with oval head machine screws and grommet nuts for door leaf • specify door thickness 
for hospital door controls, see door silencers on page F-6, roller latches on page F-7 and friction roller door holders 
on page H-2 





gouge 

of 
metal 


width of 
jomb leaf 
(inches) 


width of 
door leaf 
(inches) 


quantity and s 


le of screws 


average net 


length 


OH machine 


OH wood 


weight per 
100 pairs 


of joint 

(inches) 


jamb leof 


door leof 


(lbs.) 


5 


.190 


2 


6 


4— '/2 X '/4-20 


5 — I'A xU 


525 



one pair in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



if door closers are to be used, consult door 
closer manufacturer for application details 



use three hinges to a door [ ^STANLEY] 

@ 



30 



ball bearing prison hinges 
triple weight 



BB852 



BB852I/4 



BB8521/2 



steel - with tool-proof pin, without hobs - 

^Ofo^rtzed and prime coated for p ainting 

steel— with non-tool-proof oin. wilhouf h«i«c _ 



— .^^..^cii ufio prime coated to r painting 

steet— with non-tool-proof pin, without holes - 
bondenzed and prime coated for painting 



oonoenzeo and prtme coated for pa inting 
steel - carbonized with tool-proof pin and leaves 
with holes - bonderized and prime coaled 
for painting 



uses for hinged cell-fron, doors ond groted steel doors of penitentiaries, ioils re- 
formatories etc . for lead-lined doors to x-ray rooms and extremely t,eavy doors'and 
gates of all descriptions 

construction made of triple weight wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold 
rollmg . capable of carrying doors or gates weighing up to 2000 pounds 

each of ,he two concealed hardened steel races contain sixteen W hardened and 
ground steel bolls which are assembled within a jacket . the ball bearings are well 
lubncated insuring smooth operation and preventing wear on the ioints . provision hos 
been made ,n the hinges for forced lubrication in the event further lubrication is neces- 
sary . the rolled knuckles are welded and machined 

the tool-proof pin is composed of two sections of 'A' hardened steel rod with I'/." 
oval heads . in coniunction with a ball bearing the two sections are forced together 
thereby making them positively non-removable 

the non-tool proof pin is constructed of one piece of steel weldeti a, both ends, making 
It impossible to drive out the pin 

regularly made not swaged for surface application, but con be made and assembled 
at the factory to take core of any condition - submit detail . furnished on order with 
holes to template and with machine or prison type screws, at additional cost 





BBB52-BB852>/^ 

cot open shQwtng 

contlructien 



length of joint 

(incKes) 



packed as ordered 



width open 
(inches) 



gouge of metot 



.375 



diameter of p 
(inches) 



overage net weight 
per pair fibs.) 



use three hinges to a door 



plain bearing hinges 



SECTION 



B 





pages 


hospital type full mortise hinges 


2 


full mortise hinges 


3 to 9 


loose joint full mortise hinges 


10 


parliament full mortise hinges 


11 


full surface hinges 


12 


half surface hinges 


13 


transom hinges 


14 to 15 


casement hinges 


16 




HT174 (templote) 
HT239 (non-femplate) 



HT145 (tempfote) 
HT235 (non-template} 



steel — highly potishmd and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and printe 
coated for painting 






uses for medium weight wood doors receiving low frequency service in hospitals 
and institutions 

hollow metal, high and average frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearing butt hinges 

use template butt hinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 

use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves (except those for painting) are beveled to make close- 
fitting joints 

the highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, 
insuring a fine durable finish 

the ends of the barrel are rounded, making it impossible to attach rope, wearing apparel, 
etc • easily kept free from dust • all numbers shown are cross-pinned 
butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint cleorance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3 '/a x 3, 4 x 31/2, 4'/2 x 4, 5 x 4 and 5 x 4'/2 
inches • smaller sizes shown on page D-23 



fait pin 
tsmplgttt hing* illutlrattd 



quantity and size of screws 



size open 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metal 


template 


non-templofe 


overage net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs) 




machine 


wood 


wood 


3 x3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 x4 

4'/2 X 4'/2 

5 X 5 


.092 
.123 
.130 

.134 
.146 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 

3 — '/2 X 10-24 

4 — '/2 X 12-24 
4— '/2'x 12-24 
4 — 'A X 12-24 


3 — 1 X 10 

3 — 1 xlO 

4 — 1'4 xl2 
4 — l'/4 xl2 
4 — T/4 X 12 


6— % X 8 
6-1 X 9 
8 — 1 X 10 
8 — 1/4 XlO 
10 — 1/4 X 12 


66 

120 
161 
204 
271 



pair in a box • template with one-half machine screws and one-half wood screws 



non-template with wood screws 



finishes described on page 30 



i , STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



■^ 


__ 


1 


^ 




'- 


Cv 


I ; 


/ 


/ - 


iun 


- 



brass or bronze — polished and 
finely finished 



steel — highly polished and 
heavily plated 



(templote) 
(non-template) 



194 
175 

(template) 174 

(non-template) 239 



flat button tips ore standord 



(■mplote hinge illustroted 



m 



bait tips furnished in 
place af flat button tip» 
on order — specify "BT" 
asoiufflK to class number 



knucldes (cut open) 
showing stainless steel 
bushing in 194 and 175 



uses for doors of residences, apartment houses and other medium weight wood 
doors receiving low frequency service, where the finest regular weight plain bearing 
butt hinge is desired 

hollow metal, high and average frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearing butt hinges 

use template butt hinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened 
by cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves are beveled to make close-fitting joints 
highly polished steel butt hinges are heavily copper plated before final plating, insuring 
a fine durable finish 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins (except in size 2" x 2") • the pins 
in the brass and bronze butt hinges are stainless steel 

brass and bronze butt hinges (except sizes iVi" x 2 "A" and smaller) ore equipped with 
stainless steel bushings, reducing wear at the joints 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3'/2 x 3, 4 x 3 '/a, 4'/2 x 4, 5 x 4, 5 x 4'/2, 6 x 4'/2 
and 6x5 inches 





gguge of 


quontity and size of screw 


s 


average m 
per 100 p 


-t weight 


size open 
(inchei) 


template 


non-template 


□ irs (lbs) 




machine 


wood 


wood 


bronie 


steel 


2 x 2 


.082 






4 — 3/4 X 7 


37 


33 


2 'A X 2'/2 


.089 


3 — '/2 X 8-32 


3—3/4x8 


6—3/^^8 


60 


53 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — 'A X 10-24 


3 — 1 X 10 


6 — ya X 8 


89 


79 


3'/2 X 3 'A 


.123 


3 — 'A X 10-24 


3 — 1 X 10 


6 — 1 X 9 


152 


135 


4 X 4 


.130 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — l'/4 X 12 


8 — 1 X 10 


201 


179 


AVi X 4'/2 


.134 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — T/4 X 12 


8 — l'/4 X 10 


258 


230 


5 X 5 


.146 


4 — 'A X 12-24 


4 — 1 '74 X 1 2 


10 — T/4 xl2 


348 


309 


6 X 6 


.160 






10 — 1 'A xl4 


528 


470 



2 'A X 2/2 and smaller three pairs in a box; larger sizes one pair* 
template with one-half machine screws and one-half wood screws* 
non-template with wood screws 



finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 




246 (plain bearing) 
BB246 (boll bearing) 



steel — wrought iron finishes 




uses for medium weight wood doors 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

a special treatment roughens the surface • the finish is applied over a rust-resisting 
base and is suitable with practically all types of wrought iron hardware 

equipped with easily seated non-rising loose pins 

BB246 equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3'/2 x 3, 4 x 3 'A, 5 x 4 and 5 x 4'/2 inches 



3 X 3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 X 4 

4'/2 X 4'/2 

5 X 5 



one pair in a box with screws 



gouge of 
metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


overage net weight 

'per 100 pairs 

(lbs.) 


.092 


6— Vb X 8 


79 


.123 


6 — 1 X 9 


135 


.130 


8 — 1 X 10 


178 


.134 


8 — 1 '74 X 10 


230 


.146 


10 — l'/4 X 12 


309 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 




brass or bronze — polished and 
finely fmhhed 



brass or bronze — planished 



(templote) 
(norv-templote) 



191^2 

i84y2 



(templote) 
(non-templofe) 



191 
184 



template hinge illustrated 



uses for doors of residences, oparfment houses and other medium weight wood doors 
receiving low frequency service • also for screen and combination storm doors 

hollow metal, high and average frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearing hinges 

use template butt hinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 

use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought brass or bronze, toughened and hardened by cold- 
rolling 

equipped with stainless steel easily seated non-rising loose pins 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3 x 2'/2, 3'/2 x 3, 4 x 3 'A, 4/2 x 4, 5 x 4 and 
5 X 4'/2 inches 





gouge 

of 
metal 




quantity and size of screws 




average net 


open 


temptote 


non-template 


weight per 
100 pairs 




mochine 


wood 


wood 


(lbs.) 


2 X 2 

2 'A X 2'/2 

3 x3 


.082 
.089 

.092 


3 — '/a X 8-32 
3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — ¥4 X 8 

3 — 1 xlO 


4 — y4 X 7 
6—3/4x8 

6— Vi X 8 


36 
58 
87 


3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 X 4 


.123 
.130 


3 — '/a X 10-24 

4 — '/a X 12-24 


3 — 1 X 10 

4 — T/4 X 12 


6 — 1 X 9 

8 — 1 X 10 


149 
196 


4'/2 X 4 '/a 
5 x5 


.134 

.146 


4 — '/2 X 12-24 
4 — '/a X 12-24 


4 — l'/4 X 12 
4 — l'/4 X 12 


8 — 1'/4 X 10 
10 — l'/4 xl2 


253 
340 



2Y2" X 2 '/a" and smaller three pairs in a box 
larger sizes one pair; with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



f three hinges to a door [STANLEY] 



RD242 



steel — pianished and plated 



steel — bonderizBd and prime 
coated for painting 



flat button tips are standard 



\ 



\ 



\ 



\ 



1. m 



a 



tSTANUY) 



\ 



\ 



\ 



\ 



uses for doors of residences, apartment houses and other medium weight wood 
doors receiving low frequency service 

hollow metal, high and average frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearing butt hinges 

round corner butt hinges save considerable time In application, especially when in- 
stalled with the use of a Stanley-Carter electric hinge butt router and door and iamb 
template, or similar 



construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

the corners have a 14" radius 

equipped with easily seated, nqn-rising loose pins 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3'/2 x 3 and 4 x 3'/2 inches 



ball tips furnith«d e 
order — specify "BT" c 
a lufflx to ctass numbi 



size open 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


overage net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs) 


pairs in 
a cose 


overage case 

weight (lbs) 


2'/2 X 2'/2 

3 x3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 x4 


.089 
.092 
.123 

.130 


6 — 3/4 X 8 

6— y«x 8 
6 — 1 X 9 

8 — 1 X 10 


53 
79 
135 
178 


102 
50 
50 
25 


55 
41 
69 
46 



2/2 X 2'/2 three pairs in a box; larger sizes one pair; with wood ; 



finishes described on page 30 



[STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



^ 





^ 




y/ 


. 


Oitsm) 


- 


1 


^ 


^, 




/ 


/ 




■^- 




\\ " 






steel — poUshed and plated 



steel — phnished and plated 



steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 



(template) 
(non-templote) 



17972 
2411/2 



(template) 
(non-template) 



179 
241 



(template) 
(non -tempi ate) 



146 
242 



flat button tips are standard 



241 illustrated 



241 

standard of the world 



ball tipt furnished on 
order — specify "BT" as 
a suffix to class number 



2 x2 
2'/2 X 2Vi 

3 X 3 

3/2 X 3'/2 

4 X 4 
4'/2 X 41/2 

5 X 5 

6 X 6 



uses for doors of residences, apartment houses and other medium weight wood 
doors receiving low frequency service 

hollow metal, high and overage frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearing butt hinges 

use template butt hinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non- template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 
butt hinges for painting are bortderlzed and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coot, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins (except size 2" x 2"} 
for wide-throw hinges, see page B-8 

narrow width hinges available in sizes 3'/2 x 3, 4 x 3'/2, 4'/2 x 4, 5 x 4, 5 x 4'/2, 6 x 4/2 
and 6x5 inches 



gauge of 
metal 



.082 
.089 
.092 
.123 
.130 
.134 
.146 
.160 



quantity and size of screws 



3 — '/2 X 8-32 

3 — 'A X 10-24 
3— 'A X 10-24 
A — Vi X 12-24 

4 — '/2 X 12-24 
4 — 'A X 12-24 



3—3/4x8 
3 — 1 X 10 

3 — 1 X 10 

4 — 11/4 x12 
4 — 1% xl2 
4 — 1 % X 1 2 



wood 



4—3/4x7 
6—3/4x8 
6 — ya X 8 
6 — 1 X 9 
8 — 1 X 10 
8 — l'/4 X 10 
10 — l'/4 xl2 
10 — 1/2 xU 



Qveroge 


pairs 


net weight per 


in a 


100 pairs (lbs) 


case 


33 


102 


53 


102 


79 


50 


135 


50 


178 


25 


230 


25 


309 


20 


470 


25 



2/2" X 2/2" and smaller three pairs in a box; larger sizes one pair • 
template with ons-holf machine screws and one-half wood screws • 

non-template with wood screws 



weight 
(lbs) 

35 
55 
41 
69 
46 
59 
63 
124 



finishes described on page 30 



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[STANLEY^ 



^ 



w^ 




243 
BB243 



steel — planished and plated 



flat button tips are standard 



/ 



i\ 



uses for fotding, accordion or any medium weight wood door with wood iambs where 
a wide throw or clearance is required 

hollow metal high and average frequency doors should always be equipped with ball 
bearmg butt hinges 



construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

BB243 equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachable ball bearings 

hinges primed for painting available on order . specify for non-template, class num- 
bers 242 or BB242; for template, 146 or BB146 



1 



bolt Hp% furnisKed 
order— specify "BT" 
a swfflx to clots num 



sfie open (mches) 


gauge of m 


3 x4 


.092 


3 X 6 


.092 


3/2x5 


.123 


3'/2 X 6 


.123 


4 x5 


.130 


4 x 6 


.130 


4 x7 


.130 


4'/2 X 5 


.134 


4'/2 X 6 


.134 


4/2 X 7 


.134 


4/2 X 8 


.134 


5 x7 


.146 


5 X 8 


.146 



one pair in a box • template with one-half machine screws and one-half wood screws 



y and size of wood screws 


overage net v 


.eight 




per 100 poin 


(lbs) 


6-7/8x8 


97 




6— Vs X a 


127 




6 — 1 X 9 


167 




6 — 1 X 9 


188 




8 — 1 X 10 


210 




8 — 1 X 10 


240 




8 — 1 X 10 


270 




8 — 1/4 X 10 


243 




8 — 1/4 X 10 


271 




8 — 1/4 X 10 


311 




8 — 1/4 X 10 


345 




10 — 1/4 X 12 


390 




10 — 1/4 X 12 


446 





non-template with wood screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



use three hinges to a door 



r 


- _: 


I 


r\ 


\ 


o 


r 


L 


o 


^r. 


' ' 


r^ 


" 




; 



steel — plain, wHhovt screws 



steel — phin, with screws 



steel — japanned, withouf screws 



steel — galvanized with brass pin and tips, 
with screws 



823 



Sc823 



731 
1345 



flat button tips are standard 



uses for medium weight wood doors receiving low frequency service, where a prac- 
tical steel butt hinge is desired 



construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 



size open 

(inches) 


gauge of 
metal 


quontity and size 
of wood screws 


overage net 

weight per dozen 

pairs (lbs.) 


average net 

weight per 100 

pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a case 


pairs in a 


overage ca 
(lbs 


1 

se weighl 
) 


731-823 


Sc823-1345 


731-823 


Sc823-I345 


731-823 


SC823- 

1345 


2 X 2 


.082 


4 — y4 X 7 


3/2 


34 




102 




36 ' 


2'/2 X 2 


.089 


6 — 3/4 X 8 


5 


50 




102 




52 


2'/2 X 2'/2 


.089 


6 — V4 X 8 


5Va 


53 




102 




55 


3 X 2'/2 


.092 


6— 7b X 8 


JVa 


74 


.. . . 


50 




39 


3 X 3 


.092 


6 — % X 8 


BVa 


81 


5 


50 


43 


42 


3'/2 X 3 


.123 


6 — 1 X 9 


13'/2 


118 




^50 




63 


3'/2 x3'A 


.123 


6 — 1 X 9 


14 


122 


5 


50 


78 


68 


4 X 4 


.130 


8 — 1 X 10 


20 3/4 


175 


3 


25 


64 


45 


4 'A x 4 'A 


.134 


8 — 1% X 10 


25 


230 


2'/2 


25 


64 


59 


5 x5 


.146 


10 — l'/4 X 12 


35-/2 


310 




20 




64 


6 x6 


.160 


10 — 1/2 X 14 


56 


482 




25 




127 



731-823 3" X 3" and smaller, one-half dozen pair; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs, except 6" x 6", one- 
twelfth dozen pair in a box; without screws 
Se823-1345 2 'A" x 2 'A" and smaller three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with wood screws 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 



86 (template) 

216 (non-template) 



Steel — hondenzed and prime 
coated for pa'mi'mg 




I hand l«mplgte hinge 
illuitratftd 



uses for wood doors of residences and apartment houses 
use template butt tiinges on wood doors with pressed steel jambs 
use non-template butt hinges on wood doors with wood jambs 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing point from peel- 
ing or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the inner- 
edges of the leaves 

the ends of the barrel are flush, there is no opening at the top or bottom 





gauge of 

metal 


quantity and lize of screws 




pairs 
in a 
case 




(inches) 


template 


non- temp late 


net weight per 
100 pairs (lbs.) 


cose 

weight 

(lbs.) 




machine 


wood 


wood 


3 X 3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 x4 


.092 
.123 
.130 


3 — '/i X 10-24 

3 — '/2 X 10-24 

4 — '/2 X 12-24 


3 — 1 X 10 

3 — 1 X 10 

4 — l'^ X 12 


6 — Vix 8 
6 — 1 ,x 9 
8 — 1 X 10 


75 
124 

163 


50 
50 
25 


39 

64 
43 



one pair in a box • template with one-half machine and one-half wood screws • 
non-template with wood screws 



specify hand (see page 27) 



[.STANLEY] use three hinges to a door 



ii^ 



c 



o 



o 



^ 



o 




828-260 

loose pin 

fla( button lipt ore standard 



steel — plain, wlihovt screws 


828 


steel — bright zin€ plated, 
with screws 


828K 


steel — planished and plated, 
with screws 


260 



fy 



rs 



jf%- 



O 



630-1333 

right hand 
loose joint 



steel — plain, without screws 



steel — galvanized with hrass pin, 
with screws 



830 



1333 



uses for casement windows, theater fire exit doors and for other applications where 
a wide throw hinge of this type is required 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 
for hinges designed especially for blinds, see numbers 827 and 845 on page M-4 



size 






width between 






average net 


doien 


average 


width 


length of 


gauge of 


flanges 


flange 


quantity and 


weight per 


poirs 


case 


open 


ioint 


metol 


(daarance) 


(inches) 


size of 


dozen pairs 


in 


weight 


(inches) 


(inches) 




(inches) 




wood screws 


(lbs) 


case 


(lbs) 


*2'/2 


l'/2 


.087 


1V32 


2Vl6X 11/16 


6— 78 X 8 


3y« 


10 


39 


3 


T/2 


.087 


V/i 


23/,6X >l/,6 


6— Vi X 8 


4% 


10 


45 


3'/2 


iy4 


.089 


I'Vie 


2Vi6X 2 5/32 


6 — 1 X 9 


578 


10 


59 


4 


]Va 


.095 


2V,6 


2Vl6X 25/32 


6 — 1 X 9 


678 


5 


36 


4 'A 


]% 


.101 


2y6 


2Vl6X 13/,6 


6 — 1 X 9 


8 


5 


41 


5 


\Va 


.107 


33/8 


2V.6X "V16 


6-1 X 9 


9yB 


5 


48 


5 'A 


\Va 


.115 


3% 


2Vl6X «3/,6 


6 — 1 X 9 


10 1/8 


5 


54 


6 


2 


.115 


4>/32 


2yt xi 


6 — 1% xlO 


135/8 


2 'A 


35 


7 


2% 


.123 


4Va 


3V.6Xl'/8 


6 — T/4 xlO 


18'/8 


2 'A 


49 


8 


2'/2 


.148 


SVa 


35/8 xV/» 


6 — l'/4 xl2 


28 '/8 






no 


3 


.165 


7V2 


A% xl'/4 


8 — l'/4 xl2 


44 







4 'A" and smaller one-half dozen pairs, larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs in a box; 260, 828K, and 1333 with 
screws; 828 and 830 without screws 

*260 and 828 not made in sizes IVi" and 10" finishes described on page 30 

specify hand on 830 and 1333 (see poge 27) 



use three hinges to a door 




'66 steel — phnished ond plated 



flat button lips are standard 




uses for folding doors; smaller sizes recommended for cabinet doors • doors must 
set flush with the casing 



consfrucfion made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling • not 
swaged 

the outer edges of the leaves are beveled, giving the hinge an attractive appearance 
size 3" and larger equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins 



.e. 



not swaged • for full 
surface application 



length of joint 
(inches) 


width open 
(inches) 


gouge of m 


l'/2 


l'/2 


.055 


2 


2'/4 


.065 


2Y2 


2 'Vie 


.075 


3 


2'V,6 


.092 


V/i 


3Vi6 


.123 


4 


4 


.130 



quantity ond size 
of OH wood screws 



4 — s/8 X 5 

4—3/4x7 

6 — 3/4 X 8 

6~ Vs X 8 

6 — 1 X 9 
8 — 1 X 10 



Qveroge net weight 
per 100 poirs (lbs) 



15 

26 

48 
78 
134 
180 



I'/l" twelve pairs; 2" and IVi" three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws 
see page 28 on swaging 



finishes described on page 30 



[STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 




steel — pfankhed and plated 



steel — honderized and prime coated for painting 



flat button tips are standard 



i ill 



boll tips furnished en 
ordei — specify "BT" os o 
fufflx fo tKe class number 




uses for wood doors of residences; smaller siies recommended for cabinets 

easily applied as only the jamb leaf is mortised, no gauging necessary 

kalcmein doors should always be equipped with ball bearing butt hinges — see page 
A-11 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

reversible for right or left hand doors by unscrewing the slotted tip, reversing the pin 
and applying tip to the opposite end 

butt hinges for painting are bonderlzed and prime coated • the bonderlzing forms 

a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 

peeling or flaking • ample point clearance is provided between the barrel and the 

inner edges of the leaves 

size 3" and larger equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins 

size T/2" has three knuckles 





gauge 
of 

metal 


wid 


th 


offset 

(inches) 
(C) 


quantity 
of wooc 


^"ctews* 




average 
net weigh* 

per 100 
pairs (lbs.) 


pairs 


average 


tensth 


jamb leaf 
(inches) 


door leaf 

(inches) 


weight 










(lbs.) 


(inches) 




(A) 


(B) 




FH for jomb leof 








T/2 


.050 


Va 


Vt 


Vz 


2 — Vi X 5 


2 - 78 X 


5 


15 






2 


.065 


1 


P/s 


Vi 


2 — ¥4 X 7 


3 — 3/4 X 


7 


27 


102 


29 


2'/2 


.075 


P/a 


IV16 


^V6A 


3 — y4 X 8 


3— % X 


8 


47 


102 


50 


3 


.092 


PA 


1 'V16 


V16 


3 - 78 X 8 


3 — 78 X 


8 


90 


50 


47 


3-/2 


.123 


1% 


2/8 


"/16 


3 — 1 X 9 


3—1 X 


9 


153 


50 


78 


4 


.130 


2 


2'/4 


"/16 


4 — 1 xlO 


4 — 1 X 


10 


199 


25 


52 


4-/2 


.134 


2'/4 


2V,6 


Va 


4 — l'/4 X 10 


5-l'/4 X 


10 


261 


25 


67 



I'/z" twelve pairs; 2" and 2!/2" three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws 

finishes described on page 30 



use three hinges to a door 



[STANLEY] 



JJ 



B 



14 



transom hinges 
drive-fast pin 



DFP1961/2 (template) 
DFPT92'/2 {non. template) 


brass or bronze — 
finely Pmished 


DFP178 (template) 
DFP291 (non.temp.a.e) 


steel — planished 
and plated 


DFP290 (non-templote) 


steel — bonderized and prime 
coated for painting 


STSDFP196y2 (template) 
STSDFPT92y2 (non- template) 


stainless steel — 

highly polished 


STSDDFP192y2 (non-.empfote) 


stainless steel — 
satin finish 


ALDDFPT96y2 {template) 
ALDDFP192'/2 (non-template) 


olumiumn-anodized — 
satin finish 




I 



/ 



\ 



71 



\ 



/ 



t«mptal« hing« illgstratad 



uses for wood or metal transoms or wherever a fast pin hinge of this type Is required 
use template butt hinges on metal transoms or wood transoms with pressed steel frames 
use non-template butt hinges on wood transoms with wood frames 
drive fast pins permit quicker and easier application 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze, stainless steel, aluminum or steel 
toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the inner edges of the brass, bronze, stainless steel and aluminum butt hinges are beveled 
to make close-fitting joints 

stainless steel and aluminum butt hinges ore furnished in sizes 3" x 3"and 3 'A" x 3/2" only 
butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 

mode with loose oval tipped pins scored under the head • after transom is hung it 
IS only necessary to top the pins into place and they will be fixed as securely as a fast 
pin butt hinge 

the pins and tips in non-ferrous hinges are stainless steel 



size open 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metal 




quantity one 


siie of serev 


.s 




average net weight 
per 100 pairs (lbs.) 


poirs 
case 






template 




non 


-template 


caje 




machine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


weight 

(lbs.) 


2 X 2 


.082 










4 — 


Va X 7 


34 


30 


60 


20 


2'/2 X 2'/2 


.089 


3- 


- V2 X 8-32 


3 — 


% X 8 


6 — 


Ya X 8 


55 


49 


60 


32 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — 


Yi X 10-24 


3 — 


X 10 


6 — 


V» X 8 


77 


68 


60 


45 


3'/2 X 3!/2 


.123 


3- 


'/2 X 10-24 


■3 — 


X 10 


6 — 


1 X 9 


138 


123 


50 


66 


4 X 4 


.130 


4 — 


Yi X 12-24 


4 — 1 


x!2 


8 — 


1 X 10 


184 


164 







finishes described on page 30 
3" X 3" and smaller three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws • 
template with one-half machine screws and one-half wood screws 

when ordered for hollow metal transoms with pressed steel frames, specify "all MS" 



[STAN LEY J 




femplare hinge illustrated 



transom hinges 
fast spun pin 


B 


15 


brass or bronze — 

finely finished 


(template) 
(non-templote) 


196/2 
192/2 


steel - 


— planished and plated 


(template) 
(non-templote) 


178 
291 


steel - 


- honderized and prime 
coafed for painting 


(template) 
(non- template) 


148 
290 


stainless steel — 

highly polished 


(template) 
(non-templote) 


ST5 196/2 
5T5 192/2 


stainless steel — 
so*/n finish 


(template) 
(non-templote) 


STSD 196/2 
STSD 192/2 


a 


umlnum-Qnodizecl — 
safffi finish 


(temptote) 
(nort- template) 


ALD 196/2 
AID 192 Ml 



uses for wood or metal transoms or wherever a fast pin hinge of this type is required 
use template butt hinges on metal transoms or wood transoms with pressed steel frames 
use non-template butt hinges on wood transoms with wood frames 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze, stainless steel, aluminum or steel, 
toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the inner edges of the leaves of brass, bronze, stainless steel and aluminum butt hinges are 
beveled to make close-fitting joints 

stainless steel and aluminum butt hinges are furnished in sizes 3" x 3" and ZVi" x 3/2" only 
butt hinges for painting are bonderized and prime coated • the bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and the prime coat, thereby preventing paint from 
peeling or flaking • ample paint clearance is provided between the barrel and the 
inner edges of the leaves 
the pins in non-ferrous hinges are stainless steel 





gauge of 

metol 


quontity and size of screws 


overage n 
per 100 p 


et weight 
airs (lbs.) 


pairs 


overage 


sixe open 

(Inches) 


template 


non-template 


weight 






machine 


wood 


wood 


bronze 


steel 


cose 


(lbs.) 


2 x2 


.082 






4 — % X 7 


34 


■ 30 


60 


20 


2'/2 X 2/2 


.089 


3 — 'A X 8-32 


3 — % X 8 


6 — 3/4 X 8 


55 


49 


60 


32 


3 X 3 


.092 


3 — V2 X 10-24 


3 — 1 X 10 


6-/8x8 


77 


68 


60 


45 


3/2 X 3/2 


.123 


3 — '/2 X 10-24 


3 — 1 xlO 


6 — 1 X 9 


138 


123 


50 


66 


4 X 4 


.130 


4— '/2 X 12-24 


4 — 1 xl2 


8 — 1 xlO 


184 


164 







finishes described on page 30 



3" X 3" and smaller three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws • 
template with one-half machine screws and one-half wood screws 



when ordered for hollow metal transoms with pressed steel frames, specify "all MS" 



[STANLEYJ 



i 




uses for wood casements opening out 

the wide throw provides a 4" space between the window and the frame, allowing ample 
room for cleaning the outside of the window from the inside 



construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling, with 
two brass washers, loose brass pin with steel cotter pin 

embossing of the leaves increases the strength of the hinge 

reversible for right or left hand casements 



ouHid* vi«w 



of joint 
(inches) 



VA 



gauge of 



.125 



(inches) 



5 Vie 



[amb flang< 
(inches) 



3y8xi7/ig 



indow flange 
(inches) 



35/8 X i'/4 



wood 



1 X 10 



average 

net weight 

per 100 pain 

(lbs.) 



162 



weight 
(lbs.) 



one pair in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



plain hinges 


SECTION 

c 







extra-heavy full surface hinges 

narrow hinges 

broad hinges 

loose joint hinges 

chest and drop leaf table hinges 

back flap hinges 



pages 

2 

3 
4 to 5 

6 

7 

8 



w 



full surface hinges 
extra-heavy 



steel — plain 




uses for window grilles, steel shutters, iron gates or for general utility heavy duty 
requirements 



.0. 



construction mode of extra heavy wrought steel, not swaged, for surface applico- nat sw«g«d • for full 

tion, with fast spun pins surfoce applicotion 

the hinges are regularly furnished without holes so that they can be fitted in the shop 
or on the job to suit requirements 

furnished on order, at additional cost, swaged for full mortise application; with screw 

holes; with loose oval head pins ^ 

hinges as regularly furnished (not swaged) measure slightly less in width than shown 
in table below 



2 X 2 

21/2 X 2'/2 

3 X 3 
3'/2 X 3 
Vh X Vh 
A X 3 

4 X 4 
41/2 X 4'/2 

5 X 5 

6 X 6 





averoge net 


auge of 


weight 




per dozen poirs 




(lbs.) 


.107 


4'/2 


.1 19 


8 


.130 


12 


.146 


16 


.146 


17 


.160 


22 


.160 


25 


.170 


31 


.180 


42 


.203 


67 



2" X 2" and 2'/2" x 2'/2" one-quarter dozen pair; 
larger sizes one-twelfth dozen pairs; in a box 



8/2 

8'/2 
4'/6 
4/6 
2'/l2 

21/12 

21^2 

1% 



average case 
weight 
(lbs.) 



40 

68 
51 
68 
36 

46 
54 
53 
71 

146 



see page 22 on swaging 



[Stanley; ! 



O i 


n 


o 


\ <^ 


-__ — JJ 


o 



fait spun pin 




steel — galvanized wifh fast hra$s pin 

made of wrought steel 

sizes 3" and 372" have five knuckles, all other sizes hove three 

800 furnished on order, at additional cost, without holes; swaged or not swaged 

for metal work 













dozen 


averoge 


length of joint 
{inches! 


width 
open 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


pairs in 
o case 


cose weight 
(lbs.) 


800 


1315 


800 


800 


1 


** 


lVl6 


.063 


4— Va x5 


3/4 


50 


35 


VA 


** 


P/s 


.065 


4 — 3/4x6 


1 


25 


27 


Wi 


P/2 


l'/2 


.068 


4 — 3/4x6 


^Vl 


25 


35 


13/4 


** 


1 Vl6 


.073 


4 — Va x6 


13/4 






2 


2 


1 ' '/l6 


.074 


4 — 3/4x7 


2/2 


25 


60 


2'/2 


272 


1% 


.075 


6— Va x7 


3/2 


12 


41 


3 


3 


2ViG 


.079 


6— 3/4 x8 


4Vb 


12 


60 


3-/2 


** 


2 'A 


.087 


6 — 1 x9 


7Vb 


6 


45 



plain steel 3" and smaller one dozen pair; 3/2" one-half dozen pairs; in a box 
without screws » galvanized finish one dozen pairs in a box with screws 
**1315 not made in these sizes 




ligKt narrow 



steel — plain, with fast pin 



steel — pfain, with loose pin 



steel — galvanizecl, with fast brass pin 



838 



840 



1317 



made of wrought steel 

size 2" and larger have five knuckles, small sizes have three 

for planished and plated hinges, see 284 and 286 on page D-19 

838 and 840 furnished on order, at additional cost, without holes; swaged or not 

swaged for metal work 



size 










dozen 


overage 


length of ioint 
(inches) 


width 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quantity and 
size of 


average net 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


pairs in 
a case 


case weight 
(lbs.) 


838 
840 


1317 


tinche.) 


wood screws 


838 
840 


838 
840 


*3/4 


** 


1 '/16 


.037 


4-/2x2 


Vis 


100 


20 


1 


1 


1 


.050 


4 — 'A x 3 


/2 


50 


26 


1/4 




1 V16 


.050 


4— Vz X 4 


3/4 


25 


19 


1/2 


l'/2 


13/8 


.050 


4— Ya X 5 


1 


25 


24 


13/4 




IV16 


.055 


4— 5/8x5 


1/4 


25 


32 


2 


2 


1 V16 


.062 


4— % X 6 


2 


25 


46 


21/2 


2/2 


1 1 Vl6 


.062 


6— % X 6 


2/2 


25 


60 


3 


3 


2 


.074 


6— 3/4 X 7 


4/8 


15 


58 


372 


** 


2/4 


.074 


6— Va X 8 


4^/8 


10 


50 


4 


** 


278 


.077 


8 — 1 X 9 


8/8 


6 


51 


4/2 


** 


3 


.077 


8 — 1/4 X 10 


103/4 






5 


** 


3 3/1 6 


.084 


8 — 1/4 xlO 


13 






6 


** 


3IV.6 


.095 


8 — 1/4 xlO 


22 







plain steel 3" and smaller one dozen pairs; 3/2" to 4/2" inclusive one-half dozen 
pairs; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box without screws 
1317 one dozen pairs in a box with screws 
*not swaged; **1317 not made in these sizes 





808 K 



808 KBP 



1319 



steel — plain 



steel — bright zinc plated 



steel — bright zin c plated, with brass pin 
steel — galvanixedf with brass pin 



i : 


. f^ 


,0m- 


1 


n 


■ - - -' 



uses hinges on this and fhe following page are for casement windows and general 
utility work • not recommended for use on regular weight doors 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

804 and 808 furnished on order, at additionol cost, without holes; swaged or not swaged 
for metal work 



size open 
(inches) 



2 x2 
2!/2 X 2 

2'/2 X 2'/2 

3 X 2'/2 

3 x3 
3'/2 X 3 

3'/2 X 3'/2 

4 x4 

4'/2 X 4'/2 

5 x5 

6 X 6 



gauge 

of 
mefal 



.082 
.089 
.089 
.092 
.092 
.101 
.101 
.107 
.123 
.140 
.160 



quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 



4— 3/4 X 7 

6— 3/4 X 8 

6~~ Yax 8 
6— Vbx 8 
6— Vbx 8 
6 — 1 X 9 
6 — 1 X 9 
8 — 1 X 10 
8 — T/4 xlO 
\0 — VA xl2 
10 — ] 1/2 xl4 



poirs in 
a cose 



1319 



102 
102 
102 
50 
50 
50 
50 
25 
25 
20 
15 



dozen poirs 
in o case 



10 
10 
10 

5 

5 

5 

5 

4 

2 

1% 

l'/4 



34 
47 
54 
36 
39 
53 
57 
39 
54 
59 
68 



average net 

case weight (lbs.) 



33 
44 
52 
34 
41 
53 
59 
64 
46 
56 
62 



39 
55 
63 
42 
47 
62 
68 
72 
52 
59 
68 



L 



""r!./'' \'f ' """ "°"" °" '°"" """■'' " ^'^'" '° ''^'' ' ^'/'" ''"''"''''" "-"clf dozen pairs; 4' x 4' 
end 4 A X 4V. c„e quarter dozen pairs, 5" x 5' end 6' x 6' on=-,walf,l, dozen pairs; in a box wi*ou, screws 

808K and 808KBP 2 V. " x 2'/.- ond s.oller one-holf dozen poirs; 3' x 2'/.' ,o 4' x 4' inclusive one-<,uar,er 
dozen pa,rs; 4'A' x 4>A' h, 6' x 6' one-twelfth dozen pairs; in a box with screws 

1319 2>/2' X 2'A" and sn,aller three pairs; lorger sizes one pair; in o box with screws 



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steel — plain 



steel — plain 



steel — bright zinc phted 



steel — bright zinc plated. 



fith bn 



steel — galvanized, with brass pin 



Sc804 



804 K 



804 KBP 



made of wrought steel 









pairs in 


dozen pairs 




average net 




size open 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quantity 
and size of 
wood screws 


a case 


in a case 


= 


ose weight (lbs.) 


(inches) 


Sc804-1334 


804-K-K6P 


Sc804-1334 


804 


e04K-KBP 


2 X 2 


.082 


4 — Va* 7 


102 


10 


34 


33 


39 


2Vi X 2 


.089 


6 — y4 X 8 


102 


10 


47 


44 


55 


2 'A X 2'/2 


.089 


6—3/4x8 


102 


10 


54 


52 


63 


3 X 21/2 


.092 


6— Vz X 8 


50 


5 


36 


34 


42 


3 X 3 


.092 


6— Vn X 8 


50 


5 


39 


41 


47 


3V2 X 3 


.101 


6 — 1 X 9 


50 


5 


53 


53 


62 


3'/2 X 3'/2 


.101 


6 — 1 X 9 


50 


5 


57 


59 


68 


4 X 4 


.107 


8 — 1 x 10 


25 


4 


39 


64 


72 


4'/2 X 4/2 


.123 


8 — 1 '/4 X 10 


25 


2 


54 


46 


52 


5 X 5 


.140 


10 — 1'/4 xl2 


20 


iy3 


59 


56 


59 


6 X 6 


.160 


10 — l'/2 X 14 


15 


1'/4 


68 


62 


68 



804 2V2" X 2'/i" and smaller one dozen pairs; 3" x iVi" to 3 'A" x 3V2" inclusive one-half dozen pairs; 4" x 4" 
and AVi" x 4'/2" one-quarter dozen pairs; 5" x 5" and 6" x 6" one-twelfth dozen pairs; in a box without screws 
804K and 804KBP 2^/2" x 2 'A" and smaller one-half dozen pairs; 3" x 2 'A" to 4" x 4" inclusive one-quarter 
dozen pairs; AVi" x AVi" to 6" x 6" one-twelfth dozen pairs; in a box with screws 
Sc804 and 1334 2^/2" x ZVi" and smaller three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws 




light broad 



steel — plain 



made of wrought steel 



one dozen pairs in a box without screws 



834 



size 
open 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen 
pairs in 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


2 X 2 


.065 


4 — y4 X 6 


2'/4 


50 


120 


2Vi X 2 


.065 


6 — ¥4 X 6 


23/4 


50 


147 


2Vi X 2'/2 


.065 


6 — y4 X 6 


3'/3 


50 


175 


3 X 2'/2 


.074 


6 - y4 X 7 


4 ye 


25 


122 


3 X 3 


.074 


6 — y4 X 7 


5'/2 


25 


147 



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802 



steel — plain 



made of wrought steel 



of jofnf 
(inches) 



2 

2/2 

3 



width 
open 
(inches) 



1 ' '/.6 
1% 

2!/8 






.074 
.075 
.079 



quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 



4 — 3/4X7 

6~Vax7 
6 — % X 8 



average net 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 



2'/« 

3'/4 
4'/2 



pairs in 



25 
20 
50 



one dozen pairs in a box without screws 



weight 
(lbs.) 



56 

66 

231 



specify hand (see page 21) 



steel — plain 



1321 



broad 



steel — galvanized, with brass pin 

mode of wrought steel 



(inches) 



2 x2 
2/2 x 2'/2 

3 X 3 



gauge of 

metal 



.082 
.089 
.092 



quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 



4 — 3/4x7 
6—3/4 X 8 
6 — 78 X 8 



overage net weight 
per dozen pairs (lbs.) 

806 



3 '/a 

5 

7Ya 



35/8 
5% 

8'/4 



p^:;^: :"l.rrsoTr<j;--:,:T^jr-;-:r-"-'- "- 



specify hand (see poge 21) 



842 



steel — plain 



made of wrought steel 

Tight fast spun pin hinges, not swaged for full surface application • can h. 

furnished on order, at additional cost, swoged for full mortise appNcarn 



size 






length 
of joint 

(inches) 


width 
open 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


1 


P/s 


.050 


VA 


178 


.055 


Wi 


2 '/a 


.055 



quontity ond 

size of 
wood screws 


overoge net 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


6 — 5/8x4 

6 — 5/8x5 

6~ysj,5 


1 



100 
100 
100 



weight 

(lbs.) 



72 

111 
147 



one dozen pairs in a box without s 



see page 22 on swaging 



loose joint 
right-hand 




■J 





fast spun p 



not swaged • for full 
surface applicotion 



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»^ 


l^ 1 


1 ^ 


o 




o 


o 




: O 



steel — plain I 



810 



drop leaf table hinges 



fluih rivwtad 



made of wrought steel 

hinges are swaged and the countersinking is on the outside of each leaf • for drop leaf 
table supports, see No. 1956 on page K-11 



size 




width each leaf 






average net 




overage 


length of 


- width 


(inches) 


gauge 


quantity and 


weight per 


dozen pairs 


cose 


joint 

(inches) 


open 
[inches) 




of 










long 


short 


metal 


wood screws 


(lbs.) 


case 


(lbs.) 


1 


25/8 


PA 


I'/s 


.075 


6 — 3/4x6 


Vh 


100 


157 


VA 


23/4 


19/(6 


13/,6 


.075 


6— 3/4x7 


PA 


100 


170 


VA 


2% 


IVa 


l'/4 


.073 


6 — 3/4x7 


2 


50 


107 


P/2 


v/% 


13/4 


13/8 


.075 


6 — 3/4x8 


2V2 


50 


132 


]V4 


,3'/8 


13/4 


13/8 


.075 


6 — 1 x9 


3 


50 


158 


2 


3'ViG 


2Vi6 


lya 


.075 


6-1 x9 


4 


25 


108 



one dozen pairs in a box without screws 




steel — plain 820 



chest hinges 



made of wrought steel • on Vi" and Vs" offsets, the offset leaf has three screw holes which 
are located on the surface portion of the leaf • offsets ^A" and Vt" are as illustrated above 



size 


width 












(■nch«>) 


(inches) 




quantity 


overage net 


dozen 


average 








gouge 
of metal 


and size of 






case weight 

(lbs.) 


length of offset 






dozen pairs 


a cose 


joint (b) 


•^ 


^ 






(lbs.) 






1 Vi X V^ 


Vh 


2 


.077 


7 — '/2 X 7 


35/8 


10 


39 


1 '/2 X 5/8 


13/8 


2 


.077 


7 — Vs X 7 


35/8 


10 


39 


1 '/2 X 3/4 


P/4 


2 


.077 


8 — 5/8x7 


35/8 


15 


57 


1 V2 X V% 


P/8 


2 


.077 


8 — 3/4x7 


35/B 


15 


57 


2 X Vl 


2 


2'/2 


.077 


7-1/2x8 


674 


10 


65 


2 X Va 


1% 


2'/2 


.077 


7—5/8x8 


6y4 


10 


65 


2 X 3/4 


13/4 


2'/2 


.077 


8-5/8x8 


6/4 


10 


65 


2 X 7/8 


iVs 


2'/2 


.077 


8 — 3/4x8 


6y4 


10 


65 



one dozen pairs in a box without screws 



specify size and offset (b) 



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® 



■^ 



8 



hinges 
back flop 



813 steel — p/om, swaged 

made of wrought steel 



size 
length 
of joint 
(inches) 


width 
open 
(inches) 


gouge 

of 
metal 




l'/2 
1% 
2 

one dozen 


3V,6 

4 

43/8 

pairs in a box w 


.075 
.077 
.077 
thout screws 





steel — plain, swaged 



8 M 1/2 stee I — phin, not swaged 



made of wrought steel 



siie 




length 


widt 


of joint 




(inches) 


(inche 


% 


23/4 


1 


2^/8 


l'/4 


3'/4 


T/2 


3^ 


1% 


4 


2 


4% 



.075 
.075 
.075 
.075 
.077 
.077 
pairs in a box without screws 



6 — 3/4 X ) 

6 — 3/4X1 

6—3/4X1 



? of 



4-^3/4x6 
6 — 3/4x6 
6 —Va x7 
6 — 3/4x8 
6 — 3/4x8 
6—3/4x8 



averoge net 
weight per 

(lbs.) 



2 3/4 
3^8 

47/8 



dozen pafr 
(lbs.) 



P/8 

2/8 
23/4 




dozej 



50 
25 
25 



overage 
case weigKt 
(lbs.) 



147 

103 
130 




...J 



100 
100 
50 
50 
25 
25 



average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 



117 

175 

117 

•143 

107 
130 



816 



8]6'/2 



steel — plain, 5 waged 



steel — plain, not swaged 



steel — galvanized with brass pin, 
not s'^aged 



mode of wrought steel 



length of 
(inches) 






' 2 .075 

1'/^ 2B/„ ^075 

l'/2 23/4 .075 

^'/^ 3 ^^16 .077 

2 3M/g Qyy 

one dozen pairs in a box; 81 6-81 6 1/ 









6 — 3/4 X 6 

6 — 3/4 X 8 
6 — 3/^x8 
6 — 78 x 8 




13/4 
2'/8 

3 

33/4 

53/8 



^2 without screws; 1313 with ; 



faif spun pin 



dozen pairs 



100 
100 
50 
50 
25 



overage 

case weight 






125 
172 
121 
166 
11 1 



see page 22 on swaging 



^ 



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cabinet hardware 


SECTION 

D 


features 
matching latch and pull sets 


pages 
2 
3 



mqtching pull sets 

matching hinge designs 

latches 

pulls 

knob pulls 

catches 

hinges 



4 

5 
6 to 7 
8 to 11 

12 
13 to 14 
15 to 22 



w 




\ 



Z b 



features of pressure-cast zinc 

latches and pulls 

(as shown on pages D-3, D-6 and D-8) 

self-adMing latch mechanism of steel, bright zinc plated, automatically adapts itself to 

^i^^:z ' """^" • ''- ^-- °^ -^^- - ---^ -- -- ^ - 

wood • '-9 al o os.ure firm mounting and permit the use of one length of screw for 
doors Va" to IJ/a" in thickness 

4220 and 4224 an page D-6, are olso furnished with a chromium plated thumb piece 

atfractively designed latch handles and pulls, of pressure-cast rust-proof zinc, ore heavily 
chromium plated assuring a brilliant duroble finish 

ample finger space is provided on all latches and pulls 
template provided on envelope with each latch 



applications 





under shelf 
, fi wfd« angle strike 




packaging 




each item Is individually packed in an envelope complete with 

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screws and directions for applying 



matching cabinet 
latch and pull sets 





4224 




4429 



matching sefs in bright chromium finish with red or black plastic trim 

for information on individual items, see page D-6 for latches; pages D-8, D-10 and D-11 for pulls 



[STANLEY] 



natching cabinet 
pull sets 






B^i ^ -.^'^■m 



ii^^^ 



4494 



r^m—wi^ 



P*^ 



1% 



4453 



^^1. 



matching solid brass pull sets in all popular finishes 

for information on individual items, see page D-9 for pulls; page D-12 for knob pulls 



[STANLEY] 



matching cabinet 
hinge designs 



for lipp«d doori 



^ 



m 

1522 steel 
"15221/2 brass 



for lipped doors 




for flush doors 



for lipped doors 



pm 



1565 steel 
15651/2 brass 




for lipped doors 



/P 




1529 steel 
1529/2 brass 



for lipped doors 




for flush doors 



m 



1539 steel 

153972 brass 



for flush doors 



f.%^ 



1566 steel 
1566y2 brass 



matching hinge designs, mode of wrought brass or steel in all popular finishes 
for information on individual items, see pages D-15 to D-17 



[STANLEY] 



j^^ 



cabinet latch sets 




4220 




ate 




f^ 



for cabinet doors Va" to IVs" In thickness 

- ;X i/Jo CM r4227cM • '"° ""' '''' °''° '""^^^'^ "'^ " "'''' '^-■- """'"' •"-'> P'-= 

furnished complete with latch mechanism and strikes for vai 

template provided on envelope for each latch 

for cabinet hinges and matching polls see following pages 



; applications and necessary screws for mounting 



4220 
4224 
4229 






4j/t 

4'/2 



quantity and sire 
of washer h«ad 
machine screws 



2 — 1 X 8-32 
2~I X 8-32 
2 — T/4 X 8-32 



average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 



one set in an envelope with screws 
one-half dozen in a box 



3'/2 

3 '/a 

23/4 



a case 



average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 



22 

20 
18 



(STANLEY] 




latch plate 
(inches) 



for flush doors 

solid brass — hright hrass or hrighf 
chromium finish 



for lipped doors (¥»" lip) 

solid brass — bright brass or bright 
chromium finish 



not reversible • specify hand when ordering 
for hinges, see pages D-15 to D-17 



(Inches) 



]Va X M/,g 13/4 X M/,e 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



eof OH 



12981/4 



average net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 



5/8 X6 

furnished only in bright brass (C) or bright chro- 
mium (CM) finishes 




for flush doors 
steel — bright chromium platmd 
brass — bright chromium p/ofed 



for lipped doors (Vi" lip) 
steel — bright chromium plated 
brass — bright chromium plated 



1299 
1299'/2 



1299'/4 
12993/4 



assembled for use on right hand doors • reversible for left 
hand doors by removing latch bar and inserting in opposite side 

for hinges, see pages D-15 to D-17 

other finishes on order 



lotch plate 
(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


size of OH 
wood screws 


overoge net 

weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


2Vl6X 19/32 


2Vl6X V.6 


Vi x6 


2/8 


6 


15 



one in an envelope with screws 
one-half dozen in a box 



[STANLEY] 



,.,^ 



for cabinet doors or drawers %" to I'/a" in thickness 

pulls are made of pressure-cost, rust-proof zinc, heavily bright chromium plated 

for matching latch sets, see page D-6 

for cabinet catches, see pages D-13 and D-14 



4420 
4422 
4424 



lengHi 
overall 

(inches) 



33/4 

4Vl6 

33/4 



one in an envelope with screws 
one dozen In a box 



2% 

23/4 
2^/4 



»z« of 
washer head 
machine screws 



1 X 8-32 
1 X 8-32 
1 X 8-32 



average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


iy4 


12 


22 


13/4 


12 


22 


1/2 


12 


19 



[STANLEY] 




4452 




for cobinef doors or drawers %" ond Vb^ in thickness 

made of solid brass, finely finished in any popular finish • 4478 matches design of 4477 and 4479 

for knob pulls to match, see page D-12 • for cabinet catches, see pages D-13 and D-14 • for cabinet hinges, 

see pages D-15 to D-17 



number 


length 
overall 
(inches) 


screw hole 
spacing 
(inches) 


size of 
wofher head 


average net 
weight per 
dozen Obs.) 


dozen in 


average 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


4450 


4 


3'/2 


1 X 8-32 


Ws 


12 


21 


4451 


2% 


2'/4 


1 X 8-32 


l'/4 


12 


17 


4452 


4'/4 


3'/2 


1 X 8-32 


I'/l 


12 


20 


4453 


2Vb 


2'/4 


1 X 8-32 


VA 


12 


15 


4477 


4 


3 '/a 


.1 X 8-32 


IVa 


12 


21 


4478 


3'/2 


3 


1 X 8-32 


VA 


12 


20 


4479 


23/4 


2'/4 


1 X 8-32 


VA 


12 


15 



one in on envelope with screws 
one dozen in a box 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



^ 




476-476% 



4429 



4463 



4464 




4465 




made of wrought steel (except 47614 which is wrought brass) In bright chromium plated finish 
other finishes on order 

4429, 4463 and 4465 for cabinet doors or drawers Va" to T/s" in thickness 

for cabinet catches, see pages D-13 and D-14 

for cabinet hinges, see pages D-15 to D-23 



number 


length 
overall 
(inches) 


screw hole 
spacing 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 




476-476 '/4 


4% 


3'/2 


3/4 X 7 OH 




4429 


4'/4 


23/4 


*V/4 X8-32 




4463 


4'/2 


23/4 


*V/4 x8-32 




4464 


35/8 


3 


VaxJRH 




4465 


4Y» 


23/4 


*VA X8-32 




4466 


4 


3V,6 


Ys X 5 OH 





average net 
weight per 
doien (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


114 


12 


15 


VA 


12 


15 


VA 


12 


15 


VA 


12 


16 


1'/. 


12 


15 


'A 


12 


12 



one in an envelope with screws 
one dozen In a box 



*wosher head machine screws 



[STANLEY] 



cabinet pulls 



11 





r % 



^ / 



# ^ 



4419 made of pressure -cast, rust- proof zinc, in bright chromium plated finish, for cabinet doors %" to 1 Vb" in thickness 
• matches design of 4420 pull 

4454 and 4455 made of solid brass in any popular finish, for cabinet doors or drawers Ya" and Vk" in thickness 

4467 made of wrought steel in bright chromium plated finish • matches design of 4466 pull 

for cabinet catches, see pages D-13 and D-14 

for cabinet hinges, see pages D-15 to D-17 



number 


length 
overaM 

(inches) 


screw hole 
spacing 

(inches) 


size of 
washer head 

mochine screws 


average net 

weight per 
doien (tbs.) 


dozen in a 


average 

cose weight 
(lbs.) 


4419 


4'/t 


2y4 


1 X 8-32 


2V» 


12 


28 


4454 


45/8 


3/2 


1 X 8-32 


P/2 


12 


19 


4455 


3'/4 


2/4 


1 X 8-32 


P/4 


12 


16 


4467 


4 


3% 


*Vii X 5 OH 


Vn 


12 


12 



one in an envelope with screws 
one dozen in a box 



*wood screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANIEY] 




t«- 



4482 



^-4 



Bj^^Qm^l 



pr«sture-ca«( zinc 








4471 



# 



4495 




4482, 4494 and 4495 solid brass, finely finished in any popular finish • for matching pulls see poge D-9 
4492 and 4493 pressure-cast, rust-proof zinc, in bright chromium plated finish 

4471, 4486 and 4487 wrought brass in bright chromium plated finish • 4486 in red or black plastic trim 
furnished with a lock washer to hold knob tight against the wood 



number 


size 
diameter 
(inches) 


size of 
washer head 
machine screws 


overage net 
weight per 

dozen (lbs,) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.> 


4471 


l'/« 


VA X 8-32 


y« 


6 


5 


4482 


l'/l6 


VA X 8-32 


1 


6 


7 




T'/3 


VA X 10-32 


VA 


6 


8 


4486 


VA 


1 V% X 8-32 


Vs 


6 


5 


4487 


VA 


VA X 8-32 


Vb 


6 


5 


4492 


T/6 


1 Va X 8-32 


VA 


6 


8 


4493 


l'/.6 


VA X 8-32 


1/4 


6 


8 


4494 


T/l6 


1 '/4 X 8-32 


1 


6 


7 




l'/2 


T/4 X 10-32 


VA 


6 


8 


4495 


1'/l6 


1 Ya X 8-32 


1 


6 


7 




VA 


VA X 10-32 


VA 


6 


8 



one in an envelope with screws 

one dozen in a box except size II/2" whiqh is one-half dozen 

specify size on 4482, 4494 and 4495 



finishes described on page 30 



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cabinet catches 
for lipped or flusli doors 



13 



non-ad|uitabl* tirik* 



adiuilabi* ttrik* 



,.# 1^ 



steel — hrigh zinc plated 



37 
39 



cafch is made of tempered spring steel, insuring positive engagement and smooth operation 
37 has marking ring on screw holes for easy mounting 

39 self-centering strike automatically aligns as door is closed • elongated screw holes on the catch and self- 
marking strike permit quick, accurate installation 



catch 
(inch..) 


itrike 
tinche»l 


size of 

RH 

wood screws 


average net 
weight per 

dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
Q cose 


overog« case 
weight (lbs.) 


37 - 39 


37 39 


37 39 


37 39 


13/8 X 'A l'/4 X Vl6 


iViexYs I'AxVie 


Vl x5 


'/a 


48 24 


26 13 



one in an envelope with screws 
two dozen tn a box 



steel — bright zinc plated 
brass — brigh 



33 

331/4 



II 




elongated screw holes permit easy adjustment 
appiicatlons 




■irtk* ••rik* 



lipped or 
flush door 



single 
lipped door 



under shelf 



cose 

(inches) 


height 
of case 

(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 


overage 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


VA X Vs 


y4 


Vl X 5 


Va 


48 


38 



one in an envelope with screws and nail 
two dozen in a box 



W^ 



steel — bright nickel plated 



34 



the jaws of the catch provide automatic adjustment for normal wood 

shrinkage 

elongated screw holes in the catch and self-marking strike permit 

quick, accurate installation 



cose 
(ir.ches) 


height 
of case 

(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


cose weight 
(lbs.) 


iV.ex Vl 
one in an envelope 
two dozen in a box 


V.6 

with screws 


Vl x5 


V4 


24 


19 


Rev. 52-12 


[STANLEY^ 



^ 



r" 



14 



cabinet catches 
for lipped or flusli doors 



32 



sfeel — brig/if zmc plated 



rubber roller catch 

elongated screw holes permif easy adjustment 
rubber roller insures quiet operation 




catch 
(inches) 



Viex m 



strike 
(inches) 



'V32X IV16 



size of RH 
wood screws 



V2 X 4 



one in an envelope with screws 
two dozen in a box 



steel — bright nickel plated 



eonow 01 SHtir ' ^ 

applications 

average net 

weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 



dozen in 



48 



elbow catcti 

a positive catch for the inactive door of a pair of doors 
elongated screw hole in the strike permits eosy adiustment 






r 



one in on envelope with screws and nail 
two dozen in a box 



average 

case weight 

(ibi.) 



25 



catch 

(inches) 


strike 
(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


Vi X 1 Va 


V16X 13/32 


Vi x5 


Yi 


48 


- 29 



30 



brass — bright 



bullet catch 

bross case with steel strike and plunger 
tapered case permits easy application 



/f^ 






outside diameter 
of shell 

(inches) 


depth 
of bore 
(inches) 


diameter 
of strike 
(inches) 


overage net 
weight per 
gross (lbs.) 


gross in 
a cose 


average 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


one gross in a box w 


V2 

ith nails 


% 


m 


25 


44 


[STANLEY] 




Rev. 52-12 



^^ 



cabinet hinges 
for flush doors 



15 




s«mt-_conceal«d 




1526'/2 brass 




1 539 steel 
1539'/2 brass 



scml-concecilad 




fast spun pin loose oval Kead pin 
1583 steel 1584 steel 

15831/2 brass 1 584 '/2 brass 



1 566 steel 
15661/2 brass 



sami-concsaled 




332 steel 



{ I' 



furnished in all popular finishes 

semi-concealed hinges regularly made for flush doors %" in thickness 

1583 1583'/2 1584 and 1584'/2 available on order for flush doors 1" and I'/s" in thickness • size I'/z" made of 

.055 'gauge metal • size 2'/2" made of .062 gauge metal and furnished with pad to accommodate door thickness 

specified 

332 for overlapping flush doors • requires no vertical hanging stiles 





size. 




averoge net 




overage 




length of 


size of 


weight per 


dozen pairs 


cose 


number 


jamb leaf 

(inches) 


wood screws 


dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


in a cose 


weight 
(lbs.) 


1523-1523y2 


2'/2 


Vt X 5 OH 


2 


12 


25 


1526-1 52672 


2/2 


y. X 5 OH 


2y. 


12 


35 


1539-1539'/2 


2/2 


V» X 5 OH 


I7t 


12 


23 


1566-1 566 '/2 


1/2 


5/8 X 5 OH 


2 


12 


26 


15a3-1583'/2 


1/2 


5/8 X 6 FH 


2/2 


12 


31 




2/2 


V» X 8 FH 


6 


12 


70 


1584.15B4'/2 


1/2 


Vi X 6 FH 


2/2 


12 


31 




2/2 


y» X 8 FH 


6 


12 


70 


332 


1/2 


/2 X 6 FH 


2/4 


12 


28 



one pair in an envelope with screws 

1526-1526/2 one-half dozen pairs; other numbers 

one dozen pairs; in a box ,,rftji/ 

specify size on 1583, 1583/2, 1584 and 1584/2 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



16 



cabinet hinges 
for lipped doors (%" lip) 



temi-concealed 




lemi-conceaJed 




1 522 steel 
15221/2 brass 





1565 steel 
15651/2 brass 




1531 steel 



made wifh raised barrel to permit doors to open 180° . furnished in all popular finishes 
semi-concealed hinges for %" doors with Vt" lip 

1530 and 1530/2 ore available with '/j", y." and W offsets; also with special bends 
paLnT^''""" '""''^ ^°' "°''°'' '*''" ''"'' °'°'°^'" ^'"'^ 'P"''°' °^^"^^ • J^^nderized and 



prime coated for 





lengfK of 


size of OH 


number 


jomb leaf 

(Inchei) 


wood screw 


1522-15221/2 


2/2 


Vi X 5 


1527-1527/2 


2/2 


s/a X 5 


1529-1529/2 


2/2 


y« X 5 


1530-1530/2 


2/2 


Vb X 5 


1531 


2/2 


Yt X 5 


] 565-1 565 Yi 


1/2 


Vi x5 




2 


% x6 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 



overoge net 




overage 


weight per 


dozen pairs 


case 


dozen pain 


in a caie 


weight 


(Ibj.) 




(lbs.) 


2 


12 


25 


2/4 


12 


29 


iy« 


12 


23 


2/4 


12 


29 


2/2 


12 


31 


2/8 


12 


27 


23/4 


12 


34 



specify size on 1565 ond 1565/2 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



cabinet hinges 
for lipped doors (ys" lip) 



■•mi-concealed 



semi-concealed 



17 



temi-concaaled 





for Va" doors with W lip 

1524-1 524 '/i for doors %" or more in thickness 

] 528-1 528/2 and 1535 made with raised barrels to permit doors to open 180° 

1532 and 1535 shows barrel only when door is closed 

1524-1524'/2, 1528-1528 '/2, 1532 and 1535 furnished in all popular finishes 

1521 and 1533 bonderized and prime coated for painting • 1521 available with special offsets 



number 


length of 

jamb leaf 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.1 


dozen pairs 
in o case 


average 

case 
weight 

(lbs.) 


1521 


2'/2 


ya X 5 OH 


2/2 


12 


30 


1524-1524'/2 


2'/2 


5/8 X 5 OH 


Vh 


12 


23 


1528-1528'/2 


2% 


Va X 5 OH 


2/2 


12 


30 


1532 


1% 


5/8 X 5 FH 


2/2 


12 


30 


1533 


2 


5/8 X 5 OH 


1/2 


12 


30 


1535 


iy4 


5/8 X 5 FH 


2/2 


12 


30 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 



fmishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 





D 


cabinet hinges 




18 




189 


brass or bronze — fmety finished 


285 


steel — bonderized and prime coated for painting 


289 


steel — planished and ptated 




28972 


steel — polished and plated 



H 



ball tips furnished 
on order — specify 
"BT"osQ SMfAx to 



flat button tips are standard 

for doors of cabinets, bookcases, china closets, etc 

made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened by 

cold rolling • pins of non-ferrous metal are used in the brass and 

bronze hinges 

on butt hinges for pointing, the inner edges of the leaves ore provided 

with sufficient paint clearance 










overage net weight 






size, open 


gauge 
of metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


per doien 


poii-s (lbs.) 


dozen poirs 


overage 


(incKes) 


bronze 


Steel 


tibs.) 


2 X 2 


.062 


4 — 34 X 6 


3 


23/4 


15 


43 


2'/2 X 2 


.062 


6 — 3/4x6 


33/4 


33/8 


15 


56 


2'/2 X 2'/2 


.062 


6—3/4x6 


43/, 


4 


15 


65 


3 X 272 


.074 


6—3/4x7 


6'/4 


53/4 


10 


62 


3 X 3 


.074 


6 — 3/4x7 


7 


63/8 


10 


69 



one-half dozen pairs in box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



195 


brass or bronze — finely finished 


282 


steel — bonderized and prime coated for painting 


295 


steel — planished and plated 


2951/2 


steel — polished and ptated 



flat button lips are standard 



f 



bgll tips furnished on 
order^tpecify "BT" as o 
suffix la the class number 



for doors of cabinets, bookcases, china closets, etc 

mode of wrought brass, bronze or steel toughened and hardened by cold 
rolling • pins of non-ferrous metal ore used in the brass and bronze hinges 
on butt hinges for pointing, the inner edges of the leaves are provided with 
sufficient point clearance 



» 


^ - 


e^^ 


I ^1 


0. 


1 

: 1 Si 


e 


^ e 



size, 
length of ioint 


width 
open 
(inches) 


gouge 
of metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


average n 
per dozen 


et weight 
pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a case 


narrow 


(inches) 


bronze 


steel 


(lbs.) ■ 


*l'/2 
2 
2'/2 

3 


IH 

1 ' '/is 
2 


.050 
.062 

.062 
.074 


4 — 5/8x5 

4 — 3/4x6 
6 — 3/4x6 

6 — 34 X 7 


l'/2 
25/8 
3'/2 
5'/4 


P/4 

23/> 
3'/b 

478 


25 

15 

15 
15 


36 
39 
52 
78 



one-half dozen pairs in a box with screws 
*size T/2 " has three knuckles 



finishes described on page 30 



^ 



[STANLEY] 




steel — /opanneef or plemhtwtl and platmd 



284 



made with five knuckles, except 1" and I'/a" which have 
three knuckles 

for same type hinge furnished in plain steel or galvanized 
with brass pin, see numbers 838 and 1317 on page C-3 



size, 

length of joint 

(mches) 


width op«n 

(inches) 


gouge of metal 


quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per doien 

pairs (lbs.) 


VA 
2 

2'/2 . 

3 


1 

P/a 

1V.6 

1 ' '/,6 

2 


.050 

.050 
.062 
.062 
.074 


4 — '/2x3 
4 — 5/8x5 
4 — % X 6 
6— % x6 
6-^4x7 


2 

2'/2 

4 



one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



® 



'I 



"J 



steel — iapanned or ptanishtd and plated 



286 



made with five knuckles, except 1" and I'A" which have 
three knuckles 

for same type hinge furnished in plain steel, see number 
840 on page C-3 



size. 




length of joint 


width oper 


(inches) 


(inches) 


1 


1 
1% 


2 


1V|6 


iVi 


1 ' '/l6 


3 


2 



one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



gouge of metal 



.050 
.050 
.062 
.062 
.074 



quantity and size 
of wood screws 



4 — '/2 X 3 
4 — 5/8x5 
4 — 3/4x6 
6 — % x6 
6 — ¥4 x7 



overage net 

eight per dozen 

pairs (lbs.) 



5/8 

1 

2 

2 'A 

4 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



J 



brass or bronze — poHshmd and fm«iy /ims/wc/ 



201 
200 



steel — highly polished and heavity platmd 



steel — bonderized and prime coated for painting 



olive knuckle butt hinges 
uses for cabinets, china closets, wardrobes, etc 

construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel 
toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

201 is highly polished and copper plated before receiving 
final plated finish, insi/ring a fine finish 

200 is bonderized and prime coated, for pointing • the 
bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and 
prime coat, thereby preventing paint from peeling or 
flaking 



closed posttion 

knuckis 
only it vi(lbl« 



'// 



(RH) loose joint 



size, length 
(inches) 


gauge of 

metal 


width 

open 
(inches) 


width of 
leaves 
inches 


maximum clearance 
between door (180° open 
position) and jambi inches} 


size of 
wood screws 


overoge 

net weight per 100 

pairs (lbs.) 


3 


.134 


2V,6 


y* 


V,6 


Vs x8 


53 



one pair In a box with screws 



specify hand 



finishes described on page 30 



595'/2 



brass — finely finished 



uses for cabinets, china closets, wardrobes, etc • a 
streamlined butt hinge that will enhance the appearance 
of cabinets 




construction made of wrought brass, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling 


1 

knuckU 
only It viilbl* 


(LH) loose joint 


size open 
(inches) 


gauge of metal 




size of wood screws 


average net weight per 
100 pairs (lbs.) 


1 % X P/i 


.065 




yax6 


28 



six pairs of one hand (right or left) in a box with screws 

specify hand 



finishes described on page 30 



L 



[STANLEY] 




fcitl spun pin 


loot* pin 




loose pin 


fast spun pin 


i^~^ 

v^-' *^- 


1^ 




te 


^ 


1430 brass 

1431 steel 


1432 steel 


1474 steel 


1475 steel 


ftisl >|~n pin 


fott spun pin 


fast $pun pin 


loo<« pin 


m 


if 


^ 




1490 steel 
149074 brass 


1495 steel 


1484 steel 


1481 steel 


fa»l tptin pin 


fail tpun pin 


fatt spun pin 


loose pin 


'"^^^^'"^S^^^ 


■^■■lP^ 


m 


h 


1482 sfeel 


1480 steel 


1478 steel 


1479 Steel 





size, length 


width 


width of 


width of 




average net 


dozen 


average 


number 


of joint 


open 


jamb leaf 


door leaf 


size of 


weight per 


pairs in 


ease weight 




tinches) 


(inchest 


(inches) 


(inches) 


wood screws 


dozen poirs (lbs.) 


a ease 


(Ibs.J 


1430-1431 


l'/4 


3 






Va X 5 OH 


13/4 


24 


45 


1432 


T/4 




% 


i'/2 


s/s X 5 OH-FH 


P/2 


24 


37 


1474 


l'/2 




3/4 


1V,6 


s/a X 5 OH-FH 


2 


24 


50 




2 




78 


l'/2 


3/4 X 7 OH-FH 


3'/4 


12 


41 


1475 


T/2 


2'/2 






ya X 5 OH 


23/b 


24 


59 




2 


3 






3/4 X 7 OH 


378 


12 


49 


1478 


l'/2 


2'/2 






Vb X 5 OH 


2'/4 


24 


55 


1479 


l'/2 




% 


}% 


5/8 X 5 OH-FH 


lyB 


24 


46 


H80 


l'/2 




l'/4 


iy« 


Vb X 5 OH 


23/8 


24 


59 


1481 


P/2 




Va 


2 '/a 


ys X 5 OH-FH 


2 


24 


50 


1482 


P/2 


478 






ys X 5 OH 


2-/2 


24 


62 


1484 


'/b 


1 'Vl6 






y. X 4 OH 


78 


24 


22 


1490-1 490 '/4 


V4 


2V,6 






y« X 4 FH 


78 


24 


22 




1 


3'/,G 






y« X 5 FH 


P/s 


24 


40 


1495 


T/2 


2 '/a 






ya X 5 OH 


23/8 


24 


59 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 

specify size on 1474, 1475, 1490 and 1490'/4 



finishes described on page 30 



[STAN LEY J 

® 



22 



cabinet hinges 
for flush doors 



looi« pin 




1469 steel 



%# 



\47V/2 steel 




14691/2 steel 



1471 steel 




1476 steel 




1473 steel 



® 



® 



1476'/2 steel 



343 

1469 
1469'/2 
1471 
1471 '/2 
1473 

1473'/2 

1476 

1476 'A 



ize, length 
of joint 
(inchesl 



leei* pin 




14731/2 Steel 




IVi" design 2" design 

343 steel 



l'/4 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

Vh 
*2 

P/2 

*2 

l'/2 

2 

l'/2 

2 



width 
open 

(inches) 



iy4 

2 



iamb leaf 
(inches) 



width of 
door leaf 

(inchesl 



1 

I'/e 
% 

l'/8 



size of 
wood screws 



'/2 X 5 RH 
5/8 X 6 RH 
y« X 5 OH 
Va X 5 OH-FH 
ys X 5 OH 
ys X 5 OH-FH 
y* X 5 OH-FH 
% X 7 OH-FH 
ys X 5 OH-FH 
% X 7 OH-FH 
y« X 5 OH 
% X 7 OH 
ys X 5 OH 
% X 7 OH 



average net 
weight per 
dozen pairs (lbs.) 



T/4 

2 

23/(6 

2 

2'/4 
2'/4 

P/s 
3 

iy4 

3'/« 

l'/2 

2% 

iy« 

3'/. 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 

*made with a ^^ offset 
specify size on 343, 1473, 1473'/2, 1476 and 14761/2 



dozen 
pairs in 



24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
12 
24 
12 
24 
12 
24 
12 



overage 
cose weight 

(lbs.) . 



31 
50 
55 
50 
56 
56 
41 
38 
44 
40 
38 
37 
41 
40 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 





brass or bronze — finely finished 



steel — planished or plated 



steel — bonderized and prime coated 
for oainfina 



for painting 



HT295 



HT282 



made especially for meto! or wood cabinets used in hospitals, laboratories, 

schools, coHeges, etc. 

for metal cabinets, hinges are made to template 

made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened by 

cold rolling 

the barrels are streamlined and are easily kept free from dust, thereby 

making the hinges ideal for use where sanitotion is a factor 

on butt hinges for painting, the inner edges of the leaves are provided 

with sufficient paint clearance 

unequal width leaves, special swaging, special offsets, plain steel and 

without screw holes are available on order 

screw holes are countersunk unless otherwise specified 

furnished regularly with wood screws; machine screws or without screws 

on order 

average net weight 

qgortity and siie 

of wood screws 



gouge of 

metal 



per dozen pairs (lbs.) 
bronze steel 



2 X 1 '/« .062 

2 X 19/16 062 

2 '/a X l"/|g .062 

one-half dozen pairs in a box with screws 



4 — % X 6 
4 — 3/4x6 
6 — y4 X 6 



2'/4 
2'/2 
3'/4 



2 

2'/4 

3 



finishes described on page 30 




size open 
(inches) 



2 X 19/|6 .082 

2'/2xlii/,6 .089 

one-half dozen poirs in a box with screws 



brass or bronze — polished and 
finely finished 



steel - 



- highly polished and 
heavily plated 



steel — bonderized and prime coated 
for painting 



HT239 



HT235 



made especially for metal or wood coblnets used in hospitals, laboratories, 

schools, colleges, etc. 

for metal cabinets, hinges ore made to template 

made of wrought brass, bronze or steel, toughened and hardened by 

cold rolling 

the barrels are streamlined and are easily kept free from dust, thereby 

making the hinges ideal for use where sanitation is a factor 

on butt hinges for painting, the inner edges of the leaves are provided 

with sufficient paint clearance 

unequal width leaves, special swaging, special offsets, plain steel and 

without screw holes are available on order 

screw holes ore countersunk unless otherwise specified 

furnished regularly with wood screws; machine screws or without screws 

on order 

average net weight 
quantity and size 



gouge of 
metal 



of wood screws 



per dozen pairs (lbs.) 
bronze 



4 — 3/4x7 3 Va 3 

6—3/4 X 8 4'/4 4 

finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 




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omamentai hardware 


SECTION 

E 




pages 


ranch craft hardware 


3 to 7 


salesmakers 


2 


cabinet hinges 


3 to 4 


cabinet pulls 


4 to 6 


cabinet bar latch 


5 


cabinet latch 


6 


door thumb latches 


7 


door strop hinges 


7 



antique and rustic hardware 



H and H-L hinges 


8 to 9 


strap hinges 


10 to n 


cabinet hinges 


12 


door hinges 


13 


thumb latches 


14 to 16 


bar latches 


17 to 18 


cabinet thumb latches 


18 


door and drawer pulls 


19 to 20 


knob and ring pulls 


20 


surface spring bolts 


21 



8 to 21 



ornamental hardware 
salesmakers 



< 



V. 







ruific iron 
DB533 



(STAN LEY J 




ranch craft 
cabinet hinges 



steel — antique brass finish for ftush doors 



4304 



sleel — antique brass finish for Hppmd doors 



4305 



uses for full surface application 

4304 for flush doors 

4305 for lipped doors with a %" lip 

not handed • may be used on left or right hand reverse doors 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 
furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 
matches design of pull and bar latches shown on page E-5 



length of 
jamb leof , 
(inches) 


width of 
jamb leqf 
(mches) 


width of 
door leof 
(inches) 


size of PH 
wood screws 


averoge net weight 

per dozen pairs 

(lbs,) 


dozen pairs 
in a case 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


2S/, 


Vl6 


iiy,6 


%x5 


3'/2 


6 


23 



one pair in a box with screws 




steel — antique brass finish 



4310 



uses For semi-concealed application on lipped doors with a Va" lip 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 
mode with raised barrel to permit doors to open 180° 

regularly furnished with a Vi" inset for %" doors with a Va" lip; also available with Vi", Va" and Va" insets 
furnished with pyramid head screws, for jamb leaf, which give the appearance of hand-made nails • door leaf 
furnished with fiat head screws 



length of 

jamb leaf 

(inches) 


size of wood screws 


average.net weight 

per dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a case 


average case 


jamb teof 


door leaf 


weight (lbs.( 


2Va 


Vi X 5 PH 


y. X 5 OH 


2Ya 


6 


16 



one pair in a box with screws 



[STANLEY) 

® 



4311 



ranch craft 
cabinet hinges ond pull 



steel — antique brass finish, for flush doors 



4312 



steel — antique brass finish, for lipped doors 



S 



e 







g^fim 1 



uses for leafher-strap effect on cabinet doors 

4311 for flush doors • can be applied full surface or half surface 

4312 for doors with a %" lip 

construction mode of wrought steel, antique brass finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-mode nails • ftat head screws furnished 
for jamb leaf for half surface "application 

matches design of pulls and latches shown on page E-6 



length of 
door leaf 


length of 
iamb leaf 
(inches) 


width of 
iamb leaf 
(inches) 


size of wood screws 


overage nef 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a 
case 




door leof 


iamb leaf 


average 
cose 


(inches) 


pyramid 
head 


pyramid head 
for full surface 


flat head for 
half surface 


weight 

(lbs.) 


6% 


}% 


y* 


Ybk5 


VbxS 


y. X6 


5 


6 


32 



4309 



steel — antique brass finish 



uses for cabinet doors or drawers up to T/a" in thickness 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 
furnished with a wosherhead machine screw and lock washer which 
holds the knob tightly against the wood and prevents turning 




diameter 

(inches) 


projection 
(inches) 


size of screws 


overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage case 

weight (lbs.) 


V/b 


1 


l'/4 X 8-32 


VA 


6 


10 



one in o box with screws 





ranch craft 
cabinet pull and bar latches 



steel — antique brass finish 4301 



CSTi 



uses for doors of cabinets • can also be used as an interior door knocker 

construction made of wrought steely antique brass finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 
matches design of hinges shown on page E-3 



base plafe 
(inches) 


strike plate 
(inches) 


size of PH 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average cose 
weight (lbs.) 


2'/8 X l'/4 


% X V2 


Vi x5 


4 


6 


26 



one in a box with screws 




steel — antique brass finish, for flush doors | 4302 

steel — onfique brass finish, for lipped doors I 4303 



uses for doors of cabinets, cupboards and china closets 

4302 for flush doors 

4303 for lipped doors with a %" lip 

not handed • may be used on left or right hand reverse doors and with shoe up or down 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 
matches design of hinges shown on page E-3 



height 
(inches) 


strike plote 
(inches) 


length of bar 
(inches) 


size of PH . 

wood screws 


overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average cose 

weight (lbs.) 


2'/g 


2x ya 


278 


5/8x5 


2 'A 


6 


17 



one in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



ranch craft 
cabinet latch and pulls 



4306 



steel — antique brass finish 



uses for cabinet doors %" fo I'/e" in thickness 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 
complete with latch mechanism and strikes for various applications and 
necessary screws for mounting 

furnished with pyramid head screws, for surface plate, which give the 

appearance of hand-mode nails 

matches design of hinges sftown on pages E-3 and E-4 




overall length 
(inches) 



sire of PH wood screw 
for surface plate 



Vb X 5 



one set in a box with screws 



overoge net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



2'/4 



o case 



average cose 

weight (IbsJ 



15'/j 



4307 
4308 



steel — antique brasi finish 



uses for cabinet doors and drawers 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the oppearance of 
hand-made nails 

matches design of latch shown above and hinges shown on pages E-3 
and E-4 



4307 
4308 



overall length 
(inches) 



5 



one in a box with screws 



3y4 

4'/4 



Vb X 5 
Yb X 5 



average net v^eight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen i 
o cose 


l'/4 
T/2 


6 
6 



10 



[STANLEY] 



ranch croft 
door thumb latches and hinges 






steel — antique brass finish 



4314 



,^^®i 



strike for 4314 



steel — antique brass finish with 
reverse bevel box strike 



uses for interior doors 
4315 is for closet doors or reverse bevel doors 

construction made of wrought steel/ antique brass finish • the 
latch bar is furnished with a special flanged bushing which prevents 
the bar from binding 

4315 furnished with a reverse bevel box strike which permits appli- 
cation of the hondle on the outside or room side of the door 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of 
hand>made noils 

matches design of cabinet pulls, latches and hinges shown on pages 
E-3, E-4 and E-6 



overall 
length 
(inches) ' 


grip 
(inches) 


length of latch bor 
(inches) 


projection 
(inches) 


averoge net 

weight per set 

(lbs.) 


sets in 


average cose 
weight (lbs.) 


4314 


4315 


9 


4'/4 


4'/4 


3"V,6 


1% 


3/4 


36 


30 



one set in a box with screws 




uses for interior doors 

may be applied full or half surface 

construction made of wrought steel, antique brass finish 
furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made noils; also supplied with flat head 
screws for jamb leaf on half surface application 
matches design of above latch and cabinet hinges, pulls and latches shown on pages E-3, E-4 and E-6 





length of 
jomb leof 

(inches) 


width of 

[amb leaf 

[inches) 


size of wood screws 


averoge net 

weight per 
poir (lbs.) 


pairs in 
o case 


average 


length of 
door leaf 
(irichei) 


door leaf 


iamb leaf 


cose 

weight 
(lbs.) 


pyramid 
head 


pyromid head 
for full surface 


flat heod for 
holf surface 


13 


3 


l'/8 


% x9 


Vs x9 


78X8 


iy4 


36 


65 



one pair in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



8 



H and H-L hinges 
half surface 





557 


steel - 


— honderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


W557 


steel - 


— bonderized and dead black, 

rustic iron 



W558 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 



M 
'i 

;.:i:!f 



uses for doors In residences • con be used on doors which fit flush or '/s" beyond jamb 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the hinges ore first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish 

when ordered in pairs H-L hinges are reversible • when ordered singly specify hand desired and whether top 
or bottom hinge 

door leaf is furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand -made noils 
jamb leaf is made JYa" wide for IH" doors and 2" wide for 1%" doors • specify door thickness 



door leaf 
(inches) 


iamb leof 
(inches) 


ofFjet 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
meral 


quantity and size of wood 


screws 


average net 

weight per 

100 pairs (lbs.) 


flat head 
jamb leaf 


pyramid head -door leaf 


W557 


558- 

W558 


557-W557 


558-W558 


557- 

W557 


558- 

V»/558 


7 X ] 


7 X 4 >/,6 X 1 


3'/2 


'V32 


.123 


3 — 1 x9 


3 — 1/4 x9 


5 — I '/4 X 9 


150 


180 



one pair in a box with screws 



I . STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



H and H-L hinges 
full surface 



leestt pint 





antique iron 
illustrated 



sfeel — honderized and dead black, 
antiqvB iron 


857 


steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


858 


Steel— bonder/zed and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W857 


Steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W858 



uses for doors in residences • doors musf fit flush with the casing 
the smaller sizes are recommended for cabinets, cupboards and china closets 



construction mode of wrought steel 
the hinges are first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish 

the slender leaves, gouge of metal and size of knuckle closely follow the proportions of original patterns • furnished 
with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 
3"' size also available with an offset for doors with a Vt" lip 

when ordered in pairs, H-L hinges are reversible • when ordered singly specify hand desired and whether top 
or bottom hinge 

recommended use of H and H-L hinges for doors and cabinets 



wtdth 



thickn«it 



T 6' 
2'0' 

a'o" 

6' 8" 



1'6' 

T 8" 
2' 6" 



1" 
P/b" 



1 pair hinges 

1 pair hinges 

1 pair H-L hinges and '/z pair H hinges or 

I'/i pair H hinges 



stse 


width open 

(inchesi 


width 
of 

ieoves 
(inche,) 


between 

leaves 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quantity and ilz« 
of wood screws 


Doirs 
ino 
case 


overage net 


length 
(inchesj 


857- 
W857 


858- 
W858 


case weight 
tibs.) 


857-W857 


858-W858 


2 


1V|6 


2'/2 


'V32 


'V32 


.050 


4— V%x5 


5- 5/8x5 


120 


15 


3 


P/b 


3Vi6 


Vi 


y. 


.065 


6- V,k5 


7— 5/8x5 


120 


30 


4 


Vh 


4 


V^ 


Vz 


.065 


6- 5/8x5 


7— Vz x5 


120 


45 


7 


TA 


6 Vie 


y. 


y*- 


.095 


8 — 1 X 8 


10 — 1 x8 


60 


68 



2" and 3" pocked twelve pairs; 4" and 7" six pairs; in a box with screws 



R.v. 52-12 



use three hinges to a door [STANLEY} 



1858 



W1858 



sfeel — honderized and dead blacky 
anflque iron 



sfeel — honderized and dscd bhck^ 
rustic iron 




uses for doors and cabinets in residences; especially recommended for batten doors • can be applied either 
full surface or half surface • for full surface application, doors must fit flush with the casing 
sizes 6'/2" and 8%" for %" to %" cabinet doors 
sizes 9" end 13" for Vb" to ll/s" doors 
size 18" for IVs" doors 
for thumb latch of matching design, see poge E-16 

construcHon made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the hinges are first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish •- specify J1 

furnished with a rust-resisting base • specify KJ1 

furnished with both pyramid head and flat head screws for full surface or half surface application . the pyramid 
head screws give the appearance of hand-made nails 

sizes 6 '/a" and 8%" available on order, at additional cost, with an offset for doors with a Vt" lip 



siz«. 


lengtti of 
iomb leof 
(inches) 


width of 
jamb leof 

(inch«) 


width of 

door leaf 
at joinf 

(inche,) 


gauge 

of 
nretol 


quantity and tixe of wood screws 




lengtl< of 
door t«af 


door leaf 


iamb leaf 


averoge net 
weight 


(Inche.) 




pyromid head 


ffat head for 


per 100 














for full surface 


half surface 


pairs 


6'/2 


iy4 


Va 


'Vl6 


.073 


3— ^8X5 


2- ysx5 


2 — ys x 6 


29 


8% 


1% 


% 


'Vie 


.073 


3- y,x5 


2- y«x5 


2 — y. X 6 


34 


9 


3 


VA 


VA 


.092 


3 - 7b X 9 


3— 7« x9 


3— y, x8 


98 


13 


3 


VA 


l'/2 


.104 


4— 7.x 9 


3 — y. X 9 


3— y« x8 


145 


18 


3/2 


VA 


VA 


.134 


5 — 1 'A X 9 


3 — 1% x9 


3 — 1 x9 


260 



6/2" and 8%" packed six pairs; larger size one pair; in a box with s 



[STAN LEY J use three hinges to a door 



strap hinges 
half surface 



11 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 




uses for half surface application on doors in residences; especially recommended for batten doors 
sizes 9" and 13" for Vb" to T/a" doors 
size 18" for P/s" doors 
for thumb latch of matching design, see page E-16 

construction mode of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the hinges are first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish • specify Jl 

furnished with a rust-resisting base • specify KJl 

door leaf furnished with pyramid head screws, which give the appearance of hand-made nails • jamb leaf with 
flat head screws 

made with a Vi" offset to clear trim 1" or less 



size, 
length of 
door leaf 
(inches) 


-length of 
iomb leof 

(inches) 


width of 

jamb leaf 

(inches) 


width of 
door leof 
at joint 
(inches) 


offset 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quantity and size 


of wood screws 


averoge 

net weight 

per 100 

pairs (lbs.) 


pyramid head 
for door leaf 


flat head 
for iamb leaf 


9 
13 
18 


3 
3 
3Vi 


P/a 
IH 


VA 

V/i 
Wa 




.092 
.104 
.134 


3— 7«x9 

4 — Vt X 9 

5 — 1 '/4 X 9 


3 - % X 8 
3— % X8 
3 — 1 x9 


98 
145 

260 



one pair in a box with screws 



use three hinges to a door (STANLEY J 




277 



W 277 



sleel — bonderizBti and dead blacky 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead hfack, 
rustic iron 



uses for cabinet doors which fit flush with the casing 



fait ipun pin 




construction made of wrought steel 

the hinges are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance 
of hand-made noils 

design follows original pattern 



" 1 


■^ . 




1"^ 


rTF^fiT 


- i, 


i 


L 1 


• 



length 
(inches) 



2Vl6 



width open 
(inches) 



1% 



one-half dozen pairs in a box with screws 



.062 



size of pyramid 
head wood screws 



Hx5 



overoge net weight 
per doien pairs (lbs.) 



2'/4 



289 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



loose piji 



uses for full mortise application on doors of cabinets, bookcases, china 
closets, etc. 



construction made of wrought steel 

the hinges are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between 
the metal and final finish 

specify-289Jl (size) FBT 




size, 
open 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metol 


quantity 
and size of 
wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen poirs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a cose 


average 
cose weight 

(lbs.) 


2/2 X 2 
2/2 X 2/2 


.062 
.062 


6—% x6 
6—3/4x6 


33/8 

4 


15 

15 


51 
61 



one -ha If dozen pairs in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



^1 




steel — bonden'zed and dead bhck, 
antique iron 





uses ^or doors of residences 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 
the hinges are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish • specify 
241 Jl (size) 

furnished with a rust- resisting base • specify K241 Jl (size) 
equipped with easily seated, non-rising loose pins 
narrow width hinges available in sizes 3 'A x 3 and 4 x 3'/2 inches 



gauge of 



2'/2 X 2'/2 

3 X 3 
V/i X 3'/2 

4 X 4 



.089 
.092 
.123 
.130 





Cfuontify and 

siie of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

100 pairs llbsj 


pairs in 
a case 


average 

case weight 

(Ibs.l 




6— % X 8 


53 


102 


55 




6— 78 X 8 


79 


50 


41 




6 — 1 X 9 


135 


50 


69 




8 — 1 xlO 


178 


25 


46 



2'/2 X 2V2 three pairs; larger sizes one pair; in a box with screws 



use three hinges to a door [STAN LEY J 




14 



fhumb latches 



1236 


steel — bondmrizBd and d^ad black, 


1236'/2 


steel — bonderized and dead black, 
with reverse bevel box strike, 
antique iron 


W1236 


steel — bondmrized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


Wl 2361/2 


with reverse bevet box strike, 
rustic iron 



uses for interior doors in residences 

1236'/2 and W1236V2 are for closet doors or reverse 
bevel doors 

for pull of matching design, see page E-19 



construction made of wrought steel • the latch 
bar is furnished v^ith a special flanged bushing 
which prevents the bor from binding regardless of 
how tightly the screw is driven 

1236!/2 and W1236'/2 furnished with reverse bevel 
box strike which permits application of the handle 
on the outside or room side of the door 

the thumb latches ore first bonderized • bonderiz- 
ing forms a strong bond between the metal and 
final finish • specify Jl 

furnished with o rust-resisting base • specify KJT 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the 
appearance of hand-made nails 

handle foUows design of original pattern 




1236'/] and W1236Vi 



I 



strike for T236'/2 and W1236'/^ 



overall 
length 
(inches) 



length 
of 



7V2 3'/« 

one set in a box with screws 



length of latch bar 
(inches) 



1236- 
W1236 



4% 



U26V2- 
W1236i/i 



3'Vi6 



projection 
(inches! 



1 ' Vie 



average 
ret weight 
per 100 sets 

(Ihs.) 



sets in 
a case 



overage 
case weight 

(lbs.) 



70 



60 



[STANLEY] 





1237Vi and WI237'/i 
inside view 



I 



steel — honderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


1237 


steel — honderized and dead black 
with reverse beveibox strike, 
antique iron 


12371A 


steel — bonderized and dead blacky 
rustic iron 


W1237 


steel — bonder/zed and dead black 
with reverse bevel box strike, 
rustic iron 


w 12371/2 



uses for interior doors in residences 

1237'/2 and W1237'/2 are for closet doors or reverse bevel 
doors 

for pull of matching design, see page E-19 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch bar is 
furnished with a special flanged bushing which prevents the 
bar from binding regardless of how tightly the screw is driven 

I237V2 and W1237'/2 furnished with reverse bevel box strike 
which permits application of the handle on the outside or room 
side of the door 

the thumb latches are first bonderized • bonderlzing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and final finish • specify Jl 

furnished with a rust-resisting base • specify KJl 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appear- 
ance of hand-mode nails 

handle follows design of original pattern 



strike for 1237 '/a and 

W1237y3 



overall 


length 
of 

grip 

(inches) 


length of lotd) bar 
(inches) 


projection 
(inches) 


average 

net weight 

per 100 sets 

(lbs.) 


sets in 
a case 


average 
case v^eight 

(lbs.) 


length 
(inchei) 


1237- 
W1237 


1237'/. - 

W1237'/j 


6 


3 'A 


4'/4 


3'Vi6 


VA 


62 


60 


39 



one set in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 

@ 



1243 


steel 


— bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


T243'/2 


steel 


— bonder ized and dead black, 
with reverse bevel box strike, 
antique iron 


W1243 


steel 


— bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W1243'/2 


steel 


— bonderized and dead black, 
with reverse bevel box strike, 
rustic iron 



uses for interior doors in residences 

1243'/2 and W1243'/2 are for closet doors or reverse 
bevel doors 



construction made of wrought steel • the latch 
bar is furnished with a special flanged bushing which 
prevents the bar from binding regardless of how 
tightly the screw is driven 

1243 '/a and Wl 243/2 furnished with reverse bevel 
box strike which permits application of the handle on 
the outside or room side of the door 

the thumb latches are first bonderized • bonderiz- 
ing forms a strong bond betw.een the metal and 

final finish • specify Jl 

furnished with a rust-resisting base • specify KJl 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the 
oppearance of hand-made noils 

handle follows design of original pattern 




M4V/1 and WI243'/i 
intida view 



I 



strike for I243'/2 grrd 
W1243'/2 



overall 
length 
(inches} 



length of 

grip 

(inches) 



length of latch bar 

(inchesi 
1243- 1243'/2- 

WI243 W1243y3 



average 

.net weight 

per 100 sets 

(IbsJ 



average 

cose weight 

(tbs.) 



B'/4 5'/2 

one set in a box with screws 



4'/4 



3'^ 



\y. 



61 



60 



39 



[STANLEY] 





steel — bonc/er/xecf and dead bhck, 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 



uses for doors of cabinets, cupboards and china closets 



1121 



W1121 



B ■ 


construction made of wrought steel • design follows original pattern • 
1 available with Yi" offset for lipped doors 


plates 
(inches) 


length of bar 

(inches) 


gauge of metal 


sije of PH 
wood screws 


average net 
weight per doien (lbs.) 


3x5/8 


2'/8 


.062 


Vb x5 


V/2 


one dozen in a box v 


/ith screws 










steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass knob, antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass knob, rustic iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 



n24y4 



1124!/2 



W1124'/4 



W1124Mi 



uses for doors of cabinets, cupboards and china closets 

construction made of wrought steel • size 3" available with Va" offset for 
lipped doors 



(inches) 


width of plate 
(inches) 


length of bar 

(inches) 


gauge of metal 


size of PH 
wood screws 


averoge net 
weight per doien (lbs.) 


27. 
3 




1 ' '/>6 
2'/2 


.062 

.062 


5/8^5 
5/8 X 5 


V/b 

1^/4 



one dozen in a box with screws 



antique iron illustrated 




Steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass knob, antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass knob, rustic iron 



1239 



W1239 



uses for large cabinet doors, dutch oven doors, etc 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch 
bar has a special flanged bushing which prevents bar 
from binding regardless of how tightly screw is driven 

the latches are first bonderized • bonderizing forms 
a strong bond between the metal and final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the 
appearance of hand-made nails 



length of 


quantity and siie of wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
doien (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 


bor 

(inches) 


pyramid head 

(bar) 


pyramid heod 

(guide) 


flat head 
(strike) 


cose weight 

(lbs.) 


one-half dozen 


1— I xl2 
in a box with scr 


2 — 5/8x5 

BWS 


2 — 1x9 


3'/8 


10 


32 '/2 



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n23'/4 



wn23 



Wn23'/4 



stee! — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
withbrass knob, antique iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass knob, rustic iron 



bar latch 



ontique iron 
illu>tra»»d 



uses for cabinets, cupboards and china closets 

construction mode of wrought steel • the bar latches are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish 

a surface strike and a mortise strike are regularly furnished, for flush doors • a surface strike is available for 
doors with a %" lip by specifying on order 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made noils • flat head screws are pro- 
vided for the mortise strike 



plate 
(inches) 



1'3/|6X 2'/,6 



(inches) 



1'3/|6X V2 



length of ba 
(inches) 



2y,6 



size of 
wood screw 



Vix5 



one dozen in a box with screws 



average net weigh! 
per dozen (lbs.) 



3'/4 



dozen in 
a cose 



average case 
weight (lbs.) 



21 '/2 



W4274 



steel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 



steeJ — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 



uses for cabinet doors Va" to I'/s" in thickness 

construction moiJe of wrought steel • the latches are first 
bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal 
and final finish 

furnished complete with latch mechanism and strikes for various applica- 
tions and necessary screws for mounting 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of 
hand-made nails 

for matching pull see 1274 on page E-19 




antique iron 
illustroted 



length overall 
(inches) 


length of grip 
(inches) 


profection 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


averoge case 
weight (lbs.) 


one dozen in a 


2'/4 

box with screws 


Va 


y^xs 


3 


6 


20 



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steel — Jbonc/erized and dead black, 
antique iron 


1254 


steel — honderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


WT254 



steel 


— bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


1274 


steel 


— bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W1274 



uses for drawers 

construction made of wrought steel 
the pulls are first bonderized • bonderlzing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish 
furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 



length, overall 
(inches) 



length of grip 
(inches) 



proiectlon 
(inches) 



size of 
wood screws 



overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



1254 
1274 



45/8 
4% 



one dozen In a box with screws 



2% 
V/a 



Va 



y4x8 
ys X 5 



P/b 




steel - 


-bonderized and dead black, 


1256 


steel - 


-bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W1256 




%f eel — bonderized and dead black, 
antique iron 


1278 


steel — bonderized and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W1278 



uses size no. 1 recommended for drawers; no. 2 for doors or large drawers 
for latches of matching design, see pages E-14 and E-15 

construction mode of wrought steel 
the pulls are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish 
furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails 
pulls follow design of original patterns 



number 




length, overall 


length of grip 


projection 


size of 


overoge net weight 




(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


wood screws 


per dozen (lbs.) 


1256 


no. 1 


4'/4 


2Ya 


Va 


Vi x5 


Vb 




no. 2 


6 


3 


IH 


y4 x8 


2 


1278 


no. 1 


5Va 


3'/4 


1 


ysx5 


l'/4 




no. 2 


6 


3'/2 


\Va 


Va X 9 


2'/4 



one dozen in a box with screws 



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4476 


steel — bonder/zee/ and <Jea<f bhck, 


W4476 


s*eel — bonderizec/ and dead bhck, 
rustic iron 



A^K^ 



antique iron 
illiiitrated 



uses for cabinet doors or drawers up to I'/a" in thickness 

construction made of wrought steel • the pulls ore first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal ond final finish 

furnished with a washerhead machine screw and lock washer which holds the knob tightly against the wood and pre- 
vents turning 



size, diameter 

(inches) 


profection 

(inches) 


siie of 
screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


1 

VA 


'Vl6 


VA x8-32 
VA x8-32 


VA 
VA 



one dozen in a box with screws 



4415 


steel — bonderized and dead bhck, 
antique iron 


W4415 


steel — bonderizecf and dead black, 
rustic iron 



uses for drawers, cupboards and batten type shutters 

construction made of wrought steel • a unique pattern in a 
comfortable ring pull 

the pulls are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of 
hand-made nails 



antique iron illustrated 



r '"^ 



plate 
(inches) 


siie of wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2xl7/,6 

one dozen in a box with screws 


VsxS 


2 '/a 



44151/2 



W4415y2 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass ring, antique iron 



antique iron illustrated 



steel — bonderized and dead black 
with brass ring, rustic iron 



uses for drawers, cupboards and batten type shutters 

construction made of wrought steel • a unique pattern in a 
comfortable ring pull • the ring is of solid brass 
the plate is first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of 
hand-made nails 




plate 
(inches) 


size of wood screws 


overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2xl7/,6 


5/8x5 


2Va 



one dozen in a box with screws 



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pig-lail deiign 




Steel — bonderized and dead hhck, 
at^ique iron 


1190 


%teel -- honderlzed and dead black, 
rustic iron 


W1190 



Iron illuitrated 



sirikei 

angle IV 



uses for cabinets, bookcases, french doors and case- 
ment windows 

construction made of wrought steel • a concealed 
spring holds the bolt under tension, permitting vertical 
opptication when desired 

the bolts are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a 
strong bond between the metal and final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appear- 
ance of hand-made nails 

furnished with three strikes for various applications 



size 
lengtti 

(inches) 


width 
of plate 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


gauge 
of metal 
(plate) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


3 
4 
6 


1'/b 

VA 

VA 


V2 


.109 

.109 
.109 


¥4x5 

3/4x5 

Va x5 


3 

3^/8 

478 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



steel — honderizmd and 
afiffC}uo Jron 


dead black. 


1191 


steel — bonderized and 
rustic iron 


dead block. 


W1191 



heavy square boll 




antique iron illustrated 




uses for exterior doors of residences and 
especially suitable for dutch doors 

construction made of wrought steel • a 
concealed spring holds the bolt under tension, 
permitting vertical application when desired 

the bolts are first bonderized • bonderizing 
forms a strong bond between the metal and 
final finish 

furnished with pyramid head screws which 
give the appearance of hand-made nails 

furnished with two strikes for various applications 



univerial strike 



size, length 
of bolt 


plate 
(inches) 


throw 

(inches) 


gauge 
of metal 

(plate) 


strikes 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


(inches) 


surface 


universal 


4 
6 


4V» X1V|6 


1 
V/2 


.077 
.077 


VA xlViG 

iy4XlVl6 


ivisxiy* 

2'/2 xlH 


5/8x6 

1 x8 


5% 

loy. 



one-quarter dozen in a box with screws 



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IN 





special purpose 
hardware 


SECTION 

F 




pages 


double acting ball bearing floor hinges 


2 to 4 


scuttle hardware 


5 


roller catches 


6 


door silencers 


6 


roller latches 


7 


school wardrobe hardware 


8 to 9 


accordion door hardware 


10 to 12 


interior residential sliding door hardware 


13 to 26 


door plans and header construction details 


14 to 15 


sets 


16 to 17 


track 


18 and 20 


brackets 


18 


hangers 


19 and 21 


header trim 


20 


guide strips 


22 


floor guides 


23 


door guides 


24 


door stops 


24 


jamb bolts 


24 


door pulls 


25 




latches 


26 



pr 



double acting floor hinges 
ball bearing 




FLOOR PLATE 

intvrtQf conifruclioi 



lop-pivol lockat 



57 {smb plata for 
HI* 9f concrsttt floera 
— ordBrsd tep<irat«ly 



uses for double acting wood doors, in residences, We" to 1%" in thickness 
will hold doors open at an angle of 90° 
57 jamb plate (ordered separotefy) used to adapt hinge for tile or concrete floors 

construction the boll bearing located at the top of the hinge, away from dust and moisture, not only carries 
the weight of the door but alsd takes the thrust of the spring 

the hardened tool steel roller, working in conjunction with the cam, insures easy and noiseless operation 
alignment of the door can be adjusted with a screw driver after the door is in place • tension of the spring can be 
adjusted to suit requirements 
the floor plate of hinge BBl 56 is made of steel, covered with o brass shell • side plates are reversible 

construction 
frame — heavy cold rolled steel fork — cold rolled steel, hardened 

cam — drop-forged and accurately machined roller — hardened tool steel 

and hardened spring — oil tempered steel 



side plates 

(inches) 


floor plafe 
(inches) 


57 jamb plate 
(inches) 


size of mortise 
(inches) 


sets In 
o case 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


9y4x2V,6 


3x3y4 


315/16 X 3 Viex 3 


8'/2 X T/2 


6 


27 



one set in a box with screws 

57 jamb plate, six in a box with machine screws for floor plate 



finishes described on page 30 



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double acting floor hinges 
ball bearing 




applied 

155 I steel — phnithmd and pfttlmd 




LQOR SPRING 



Ul 



Top-pivot socket 



interior conttructian 



uses for double acting wood doors, in residences, up to Wt" in thickness 
will hold doors open at an angle of 90° 



|:^-^ 



construction equipped with hardened steel bearings which carry the weight of the door, and take the thrust of 
the spring 
side plates are reversible 

construction 

frame — heavy cold rolled steel fork — malleable iron 

cam — drop-forged and accurately machined bearings — hardened steel balls 

and hardened spring — oil tempered steel 



side platei 
(inches) 



floor plate 
(inches) 



size of mortise 
(inches) 



average case 
weight (lbs) 



one set in a box with screws 



3y» X 2y4 



67. X 1 Va 



25 65 

finishes described on page 30 



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^ 



double acting floor hinges 
ball bearing 




055 



steel — phnishad and pltitad 




inttrior csntlrucHon 



tiff 



top-pivot sockol 



uses for double acting wood doors, in residences, up to 1%" in thickness 
will hold doors open at an angle of 90*' 



construction equipped with hardened steel bearing which carries the weight of the door 
side plates are reversible 

construction 
frame — heavy cold rolled steel fork — malleable iron 

cam — drop-forged and accurately machined bearing — hardened steel ball 

spring — oil tempered steel 



side plates 
(inches) 




floor plate 
(inchesj 


size of mortise 
(inches) 


sets in 
case 


average case 
weight (lbs) 


7'^ X 1 % 




33/8 X 2% 


65/8 X Ws 


25 


50 


one set in a box with sere 


ws 






finishes 


described on page 30 



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scuttle hardware 
extra-heavy 



hinges 




T 634 I steel — plain or galvanized 



made of extra heavy wrought steel 

the hinges are assembled with a spacing washer between leaves, allowing 
them to operate freely 



size, length of leaves 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metol 


quantity and 

size of 

RH wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
pair (lbs) 


curb cover 


10 12 


V/i 


.250 


8 — 2x 14 


6 



one pair (one-half right hand) wrapped in paper, 
with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or galvanized (R) finish 



fastener 




1 



1674 steel — phin or galvanized 

made of extra heovy wrought steel 

when closed, the fastener prevents the cover from being raised from the outside • notches in fastener bar permit 
holding the scuttle open in a variety of positions up to 90° 



(inches) 


gauge of metal 


size of 

wood screws 


average net 

weight each (lbs) 


30 X 1 'A 


.187 


2 — 2 X 14 
2 — 2x12 


3 



one only wrapped in paper with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or galvanized (R) finish 



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^ 



ir 



roller catches 
door silencers 



23 



23'/4 



steel — phnishmd and plated 



r 



brass face plate and strike - 
finefy finished 



D 



roller catches 



r 



uses for interior and wardrobe doors in residences 
operates silently with a push-pull action • tension is adjustable to a maximum of Vb" 




construction 23 !4 face plate, strike and yoke made of wrought brass 
cases are wrought steel, zinc plated • furnished with rubber rollers 



foce plat« 
(inches) 


jtrike 
(inches) 


site and depth 
of bore 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs) 


2'/4 X 1 


2'/4X 1% 


% X 2ya 


7»x8 


2-/2 



one dozen in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



door silencers 



for wood steps 



m 




52 rubber only 



uses for hospitals and institutions 

for door jamb stops to eliminate the jar of the door as it closes • when 
the door is closed against the silencer, the compression creates an air 
cushion which materially reduces the sound 

three silencers are recommended for each jamb 



construction the plate for 52 Vi is made of wrought brass, finely 
finished and furnished in various plated finishes 

when preparing sinkage or mortise for lock strike, allow %2'' clearance 
for silencers 



two dozen in a box — SlVz with screws 




lengtti of 
rubber silencer 


plate 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


averoge net 

weight per 100 dozen 

(lbs) 


(inches) 


S2Vi 


52 


52'/.. 


TV)6 


25/8 X y« X V.6 


%x7 


8 


63 



finishes described on page 30 



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^?l 





drop-forged bronze - polished '»«'"'''^^<^' "^^ 

and fmely finished I (non-templote) 53 



uses for doors in hospitals and institutions, especially those equipped with friction butt hinges and roller door 
holders 

construction (a) rubber roller — when closing door, rolls over lip of strike, contracting until it reaches de- 
pression in strike where it expands and holds the door firmly closed, yet a slight push or pull releases it • easily 
replaced without removing latch from door • operates without noise 

(b) adjusting screws — permit even adjustment of rubber roller for either increased or decreased resistance against 
the strike 

(c) roller carriage — contains the rubber roller and is moved forward or backward by adjusting screws 

(d) carriage springs — hold roller carriage away from face plate • tightening adjusting screws forces springs to 
contract, allowing roller carriage to project the rubber roller 

(e) secondary springs — give added cushion for rubber roller when it engages strike, increasing life of roller and 
insuring smooth action 

{f) adjusting plate — is tapped for adjusting screws which permit variable adjustment of roller projection 

(g) strike — made for doors 1%" thick 



face plafe 
1 inches) 


depth 
of case 

(inchest 


width 
of cose 

(inches) 


size of strike 
(inches) 


size of 
mochine screws 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 
weight per 


43 


53 


100 (lbs) 


3Hxl 


13/4 


Vb 


2'/4 xlM/,g 


Yi X 10 — 24 


l'/4 XIO 


41 



one in o box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



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2705 B1 {for single doors) 
2705 B2 [for double doors) 



2705 CI (for single doors) 
2705 C2 (for double doors) 



with 114" clearance between door stiles and floor, bottom 
rail of doors cut out between stiles to make 41/8" clearance for 
ventilation 



with AVi" clearance between doors and floor for ventilation 




I 




typical inttallcifion (B tett) 



Isachar's clestl 
(RM) 



uses for wardrobe doors of any thickness or height end widths varying from 18" to 48" 

construction regularly made for wardrobes with a minimum depth of 25" from outside face of door to plaster wall 
« doors two feet wide project only 2" beyond front end of wardrobe when open, which does not hinder passage 
• can be furnished, on special order, for wardrobes having a minimum depth of 18", but, in such cases, doors two 
feet wide will project 8" into the passage way -- 

doors ore usually hung tn pairs, with a single door at both ends • double doors operate in unison and the pulling 
of one door, opens or closes both doors • no mullions or partitions are necessary • doors take up very little space 
when open, the maximum being 5" for two Ws" doors 

any number of sections and any combination of doors can be had in a unit, although three 4-foot sections are ordi- 
narily sufficient for the average classroom, as each section provides for seventeen pupils • a single 2-foot section 
at either end furnishes the teacher's closet 

the extra heavy wrought steel hinges will carry over 300 lbs. • hinge arms are SVa" long, Va" in thickness and set 
well bock in the wardrobe avoiding any tripping hazard • pins are grooved for lubricant 

top track and bottom roil are wrought steel; guides are malleable iron • the bearing surface on the guides min- 
imizes wear and insures smooth, noiseless operation 

track and rail do not in any way hang or support the doors, they merely guide them • there is sufficient friction to 
prevent the doors from slamming • track is fitted with rubber bumpers to insure quiet operation 

construction detailt available an request 



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^ 




onT^^n a carton, with screws weight per double set, 19 lbs 

*796 _ shelf brackets, 7" x 9" and 12" x 14", are recommended lor holding shelves 

furnished In dead black finish; track and rail, zinc plated 

*not part of set • furnished only on order 

specify class number, depth of wardrobe, number of doors and {hand on single sets) • to avoid errors, drawings should 

accompany each order 



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A 




plan A. flluilrated (detoil on pctga F-11) 

doors are hinged together, hung from the jamb on a 
half door and from the overhead track by means of 
a center hanger on alternate full doors 

when opened, doors center on the partition and all 
doors can be hung from one side or they may be hung 
from both sides 

when access door is required, it is hinged to one 
jamb and all remaining doors are hinged together 
and hinged to opposite jamb 




plan B. illuttratvd (dtfail on pog* F-12) 

doors are grouped together in pairs • the first 
pair is pivoted at the jamb; the others are hinged 
together and hung from the track at the outer edges 
on boll bearing swivel hangers and guided at the 
bottom by a floor guide track, mortise or surface type 

when operated, doors may be moved to either side 
of the opening • doors may be hung from one side 
or both sides of opening 




flush bolts, hinges and pulls furnished in plated finishes; door guide track furnished zinc plated; other items japanned 
specify class numbers, finish ^nd width of opening 



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^ 



accordion door hardware 

plan A 

center hung — continuously hinged 



11 




m 

type no. 2 head section 

uiing track br(ick«t X2652 • bracket X2652yi con alst 
be utscf with thit construction 



plan A 
typical set of hardware consists of: 
for each opening — 

X2641 frack, run to equal width of opening (stock lengths 
A\ 6\ 8', 9', 10' and 12') 

X2652 or X2652'/2 brackets, spaced every 24" with extra 
brackets in tost two boys as shown in elevation above 
2670-MG or 2670-SG door guide track is recommended; 
run to equal width of opening (stock lengths 4', 6' , 8', 9' and 10') 



for each pair of full doors — 

one X2670 hanger with roller bearings or BBX2670'/2 with ball bearings 
one 0393 6" flush bolt — specify finish 

one 1273 flush pull specify finish 

three pairs B8241 or 241 hinges (size 3'/2" x 3'/2" for P/a" doors; 4" x 4" for 1%" doors) — specify finish 
one 2670-BG bottom door guide recommended for each door 

split ear bracket X2652'/2 is offered where conditions prevent the use of the one piece type bracket X2652 

see next page for plan B 



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® 



12 



accordion door hardware 

plan B 

end hung — operated in pairs 




plan B 
typical set of hardware con&ists of: 
for each opening — 

X264I track, run to equal width of opening (stock lengths 
4', 6', 8', 9' and 12') 

X2652 or X2652'/2 brackets, spaced every 24" with extra 
brackets in last two bays as shown In elevation above 
2670-SG or 2670-MG door guide track is recommended, 
run to equal width of opening (stock lengths 4', 6', 8', 9' 
and 10') 



type no. 2 head section 

Uting rrack bracket X2652 • bracket X2652IA 
can also be uied with this construction 



for each pair of doors — 

two X2671 hangers with roller bearings or BBX2671'/2 with ball bearings {except end pair on which one door is 

pivoted and other door requires one hanger) 

one 0393 6" flush bolt — specify finish 

one 1273 flush puil — specify finish 

one and one-half pairs BB241 or 241 hinges (size 3/2" x 3/2" for P/i" doors; 4" x 4" for 1%" doors) — specify 

finish 

two 2670-DG bottom door guides (except end pair which requires only one) 

one each 2670-TP and 267Q-BP top and bottom pivot as shown in elevotion above 

split ear bracket X2652'/2 is offered where conditions prevent the use of the one piece type bracket X2652 



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interior residential 
sliding door hardware 



13 




^■aBPsc ^w 




Stanley infenor residenftal sliding door hardware for single or multiple doors is specifically designed to obtain 
additional flq.or space without increasing the size of the home . the saving of space and convenience of using 
sliding doors, especially where two or more doors interfere with each other, mokes the hardware ideal for the snug 
compact type homes as well as for larger homes and apartment houses • with the use of sliding doors for the 
interior, it is possible to allow for greater freedom of arrangement in rooms 

the convenience of the sliding door is enhanced by the ease and quietness of operation • the sturdy construction 
assures a lifetime performance 

the design makes it possible for easy mounting os well as perfect alignment 

the track is easily adjusted with a screw driver without removing the trim 

typical examples of floor plans and headers are shown on pages F-14 and F-15 





Bi»^MaBas 



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J 



14 



suggested door plans and 
header construction details 



illustrated below are seven simplified plans for the installation of 
sliding doors • at the right are header construction details that will 
accommodate these plans 



plan 1 



one single set of hardware for a single 
door with a pocket • ut« header A or F • 
specify width of opening 



plan 2 



one single set of hordware for a tingle door 
mounted outside of wall • use header E 
• specify width of 



plan 3 



■ 3- 



two single sets of 
with pockets • use 
specify width of 



for two doors 
A or F • 



plan 4 



two single sets or one double set with single 
channel h-ack for two doors mounted outside 
of wall • use header E • specify width 
of opening 



plan 5 



one double set of ... 
posting doors * use 
H, I or K • specify 



for two by- 

B, C, D, G, 

thicknett and 



width of < 



ning 



plan 6 



three sets of hardware for three by-passing 
doors • use headers B, C, D, G, H, I or 
K • specify door thickness and width of 
opening 



plan 7 



two double sett of hordware for (our by- 
patting doort • ute heodert, B, C, D, G 
or K • tpecify door thickneit and width 
of opening 



header A 

ute with plan 1 or 3 
for doors V*' to 1^1" thick 




use set 2681 or 2682 



header B 

ute with plon 5, 6 or 7 
for doort y4' to lyi* fhUk 




ute tet 2681-D or 2882-D 



header C 

ite with plan S, 6 or 7 
r doort Va' thick only 




I'ONLY 



set 2681-D or 2682-D 



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suggested door plans and 
header construction details 



15 



header D 

ut« with plan 5, 6 or 7 
for deeri %' to IH' thick 




ute tet 268 1-D or 2682-D 

header E 

I with plan 2 or 4 

'A' lo !%• thick 




u«« >»t 2681 or 2682 



header F 

yso with pton T or 3 
nr doori y4' to 1H' thick 




header G 

uto with plans 5, 6 er 7 
)r lightweight plywood doors 




use sot 2680-D 



header H 

uto with plont 5 or 6 
ferdeert 114" to 1%" thick 




header I 

use with plans 5 or 6 
for doors %" thick only 




header K 

wso with plans 5, 6 or 7 
lor doors %" to I %" thick 




lis* sot 2692<D 
(thick noss of doer must bo spoeifled) 



-* FLATWISE STUDS 

US* sot 2681 or 2682 



16 



interior residential 
sliding door sets 



set 2680, for one lightweight plywood door, consists of: 



specify opening width 






1 pair no. 26SO-1 
hangers 



¥ 




2 only filler 3 only no. 26B0-5 adjustable lonly no. T2680 track lengths 1 only no. 2680^9 

plotes track brockets 46", 58", 70", 82" and 96" center floor guide 



one set in a box with screws and instruction siieet furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 

• twelve sets in a case • track packed separately aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 5'/2 lbs. 



Set 2680-D for two by-passing lightweight plywood doors, consists of: 



specify opening width 




¥ 



jf 



2 pairs no. 2680-1 4 only fitler 6 only no. 2680-5 odjusrable 2 only no. T26S0 track lengths 2 only no. 2680-9 

hangers plates Irock brackets 46", 58", 70", 82" and 96" center floor guide 

one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 

twelve sets in a case • track packed separately aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 11 lbs. 



set 2681, for one door up to }W in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 



If 3!p^ 



1 pair no. 2681-1 2 only no. 2680<5 odjutt- 1 only no. 2680-6 1 only no. T2680trock lengths 1 only no. 2680-8 1 only adjusting 
hangers able track brockets end track bracket 46", 58", 70", 82" and 96" jamb floor guide wrench 

one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 

twelve sets in a case • track packed separately aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 5'/e lbs. 



set 2681-D, (or two by-passing doors up to iVs" in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 



¥ 




> 



2 pairs no. 2681-1 6 only no. 2680-5 adjust- 2 only no. T2680 track lengths 2 only no. 2680-9 1 only adjusting 

hangers able track brackets 46", 58", 70", 82" and 96 " center floor guides wrench 

one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 

twelve sets in a case • track packed separately aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 10% lbs. 



set 2682, for one door up to 1%" in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 



o o 



^-.«2-,^^^ 



¥ 




1 poir no. 2682-1 2 only no. 2680-5 adjust- 1 only no. 2680-6 1 only no. T2680 track lengths 1 only no. 2680-8 I only odjusHng 
honaers able track brackets end trock brocket 46' , 58 ", 70", 82" and 96" jamb floor guide wrench 



hangers able track brackets end 

one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet 



furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 
twelve sets in a case • track packed separately atumtnum finish • average net weight per set, SVt lbs. 



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sliding door sets 



17 



set 2682-D, for two by-passing doors up to 1%" in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 






2 pairt no. 2682-1 6 only no. 2680-5 od)utt- 
hangert abl« track brackats 






nty no. T2680 track lengths 
46", 58 ",70 ',82 "and 96" 



2 only no. 2680-9 
cantsr floor guides 



I only adjusting 



one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • 
six sets in a case • track packed separately 



furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 
aluminum finisli • overage net weight per set, 10^8 lbs. 



set 2690-D, for two by-possing doors from 1 Va " to 1 Va " in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 




2 pairt no. 2690-1 
hangers 



4 only adjusting 
springs 



1 only no. T2690-D Irock 
lengths 44", 56" and 68" 



2 only no. 2680-9 
center floor guides 



1 only adjusting 



one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • 
twelve sets in a cose • track packed separately 



furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 
aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 8% lbs. 



set 2691 -D, for two by-passing doors each Va" in thickness, consists of: 



specify opening width 




lir no. 2691-1 and 
ir no. 2691-2 hungers 



4 only adjusting 
springs 



1 onl» no. T2690-D track 
lengths 44", 56" and 68" 



2 only no. 2680-9 
center floor guides 



one set in o box with screws and instruction sheet • 
twelve sets in a cose • track packed separately 



furnished bright zinc plated except track which is sprayed 
aluminum finish • average net weight per set, 7V4 lbs. 



Set 2692-A, for one door V*" to 1%^ in thickness, consists of: 



poir no. 2692-7 



1 only no. T2692 track 
lengths 46", 58 ", 70" and 94" 

one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • 
twelve sets in a case • track packed with set 



1 only no. 2680-8 
jamb floor guide 



specify opening ^idth 



1 only adjusting 



furnished bright zinc plated except^ track which is solid 
aluminum • average net weight per set, 4'-2 lbs.; 
5'-2'/4 lbs.; 6'-2'/2 lbs.; 8'-2% lbs. 



specify door thickness and opening width 
Set 2692-D, for two by-passing doors of only one thickness, Va", Vb", 1", iVa'' or ^Vb", consists of: 



i 



1 piair no. 2692-1 front hangers 

and 1 pair no. 2692-2,-3,-4,-5 

or -6 reor hangers 



4 only hanger straps 



one set in a box with screws and instruction sheet • 
twelve sets in a case • track packed with set 



1 only no. T2692-D track 

lengths 45", 57", 69" 

and 93" 



2 only no. 2680-14 

center floor guides 



furnished bright zinc plated except track which is solid 
aluminum • average net weight per set, 4'-2'/2 lbs.; 
5 '-3 lbs.; 6'-3'/2 lbs.; 8 '-4 lbs. 



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18 



track and brackets 
for interior residential sliding doors 



T2680 



steel — honderized and sprayed ahm'mum 




track for sets 2680, 2680-D, 2681, 2681 -D, 2682 and 2682-D 

the V-shaped track reduces friction to a minimum, assuring smooth, easy operation 
of the door • rollers cannot jump the track 

furnished in standard lengths of 46", 58", 70", 82", 96" 



w 



k 



crest taction ihowing 
wheel potilion in rrock 



height 
(inches) 


width 

(inches) 


average net weight 
per 100 inches (lbs.) 


1 ' 7.6 

six pieces in a corrugated carton 


' '/l6 


5 



2680-5 
2680-6 



steel — bright zinc plated 



brackets 



2680-5 odjuttdbte troek bracket 




2680-5 ndfustoble track bracket 
(mounted with track) 




2680-6 rear track bracket 



for mounting T2680 track • screw holes are provided for either top or side mounting 

2680-5 specialty designed track bracket holds track firmly but can be easily adjusted with a screw driver 
2680-6 rear track bracket supports end of track in the pocket 



number 


base 
(inches) 


overall 
height 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

100 pieces (lbs.) 


2680-5 
2680-6 


3'/4 X 1 


2>i/,6 
2Vi6 


1 


1 Va X 10 

1 Va X 1 


40 
20 



twenty-five in a box with screws 



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hangers 

for interior residential 

sliding doors 



19 



for light weight plywoQd doors 



o 



steel — hright 
zinc plated 



2680-1 



for doort up to 1%' in thickness 



o 






steel — bright 
zinc plated 



for doors up to T^A' in fhkknsst 

o o 



§l^^f 



steel — bright 
zinc plated 



2682-1 



DOORS UP TO 2'- 4 WIDE 



2-1/4"^^ 



eiocily 
ccnttrid 01 
Top tdge 



-4-3/4" 



4-V4"^ 



^ 



DOORS OVER 2'- 4" WIDE 



71 




Is cat! en of door brack* It securing doer 

wheels made of special composition, insure long life and smooth, quiet operating doors • for use with T2680 track, 
2680-5 and 2680-6 brackets (shown on page F-18) 

all metal parts are made of wrought steel, bright zinc plated 

2680-1 apron type hanger is furnished with filler plates to close up space between by-passing doors 

2681-1 and 2682-1 have a take-apart feature for easy installation 



number 


(inches) 


height overoll 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per pair {lb.) 


2680-1 
2681-1 
2682-1 


lVl6 

lVl6 
1V|6 


3 ' Vl6 
3!/| 

3'/. 


% X 10 

P/4 X 1 

l'^ X 10 


% 
1 



one pair in a box with screws and wrench for hangers 2681-1 and 2682-1 
2682-1 packed twelve pairs in a case, others twenty-four pairs 



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20 



track and header trim 

for interior residential 

sliding doors 



T2690-D 



T2692 
T2692-D 



steel — bondmrizBd and sprayed aluminum 



aluminum — natural finish 



track 




C 



^^^^\ 




T2690-D track for use with hangers S2690-1 and S2691-1 also sets 2690-D and 2691-D furnished in standard 
lengths of 44", 56" and 68" (track equals opening width minus 4") • T2692 track for use with hanger S2692-7 
and set 2692-A in standard lengths of 46", 58", 70" and 94" (track equols opening width minus 2") 
T2692-D track for use with hangers S2692-1, S2692-2, S2692-3, S2692-4, S2692-5, S2692-6 and set 2692-D 
furnished in standard lengths of 45", 57", 69" and 93" (track equals opening width minus 3") 



number 


height (inches) 


width (inches! 


size of wood screws 


average net weight 
per 100 inches (lbs.) 


T2690-D 

T2692 

T2692-D 


l"/l6 

V/b 
VA 


V¥4 
Vt 

l'/2 


1 X 8 RH 
1 x6FH 
3/4 X 6 FH 


103/4 
13/4 
^3/4 



T2690-D packed six pieces in a corrugated carton 

T2692 and T2692-D packed twenty-four pieces in a corrugated carton, except lengths 93" and 94" which have 

twelve pieces, with screws; T2690-D with adjusting springs 



2690-8 
2692-8 



steel — honderizmd and prime coated 




adjustable for doors from Va" to l^/a" in thickness and for openings 4', 5', 6' and 8' • specify 
opening width 




number 


upper width 
(inches) 


lower width 
(inches) 


height 
(inches) 


size of wood screws 


overage net weight 
for 100 inches (lbs.) 


2690-8 
2692-8 


2%2 

2'Vi6 


'%2 
'%2 


3>/i 
P/s 


1 x 8 RH 


6-/4 
4'/7 



twelve pieces in a corrugated container, except 

8' which has six pieces; 2690-8 with screws, 2692-8 without screws 



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^ 



short hanger sets 

for interior residential 

sliding doors 



21 



r by-pa»ing doert from 1 Vi" to for by-patting doort for by-patting doort of 

tVi" infhicknsit %" in Ihiclcnett only one thicknett: ^A'^, 

'/■", r, V/t" or 1%" 



for doort from %" to 1%" 
In Ihicknett 



O Q 



7 




^ 



S2690-1 



^ ^ 



S2691-1 
S2691-2 



S2692-1 
S2692-2 
S2692-3 
S2692-4 
S2692-5 
S2692-6 



all hangers shown on this page packed as short sets consisting of one pair of hangers and one center floor guide 

hangers for S2690-1 and S269M for use with T2690-D track • wheels mode of special composition to insure 
long life and smooth, quiet operating doors • packed with one 2680-9 center floor guide 

S2691-1 hangers for rear door; S2691-2 hangers for front door • packed with one 2680-9 center floor guide 

S2692-7 for use with T2692 track • equipped with ball bearing nyton wheels for friction-free action • packed 
with one 2680-8 jamb floor guide 

hangers for S2692-1, S2692-2, S2692-3, S2692-4, S2692-5 and S2692-6 for use with T2692-D track • equipped 
with ball bearing nylon wheels for friction-free action • headroom required, only 114" • packed with one 2680-14 
center floor guide 

S2692-1 hanger for front door and remains constant for all door thicknesses • rear door hanger is governed by 
thickness of door as follows: 

S2692-2 for doors Va" in thickness 

S2692-3 for doors Vs" in thickness 

S2 692-4 for doors 1 " in thickness 

S2692-5 for doors I'/t" in thickness 

S2692-6 for doors 1%" in thickness 
ol! metal parts made of wrought steel, bright zinc plated 



number 


diameter of wheel 
(inches) 


lieight overall 
(inches) 


size of screws 


average net weight 
per pair (lbs.) 


S2690-1 


IV. 6 


2'/4 


174 X 10 FHwood 


Vi 


S269M 


1V|6 


33/16 


% X 10 FH wood 


Vi 


S2692-T 


Vb 


2Vl6 


Va X 7 RH wood 


% 


S2692-7 


Vb 


13/16-1^16 


Va xl'A lag 


Vti 



one set in a box with screws; S2690-1 and S2692-7 with adjusting wrench 



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22 



guide strips 

for interior residential 

sliding doors 



2680-12 steel —brigh* zinc phted 

for by-passing doors 







guide strips, surface mounted on bock of door • eliminates routing a groove in bottom of door and reduces installation 
time 

furnished in lengths of 24", 30", 32" and 36" 

used with floor guide 2680-14 (shown on page F-23) which is furnished separately 



size of FH wood screws 



VA 



twelve pieces in a corrugated container 



y8x6 



average net weight 
per 100 inches (Ibs.l 



Wa 



2680-15 aluminum — natural fmkh 



for doors sliding In a pocket 




guide strip, surface mounted on bottom of door • eliminates routing a groove and reduces installation time • 
guided by jamb 

furnished in two pieces in lengths of 30", 32" and 36" for doors I'/t" or more in thickness 

siz« of RH wood screws 



projection on eacii side 
of door (inches) 



%2 

twelve pairs in a corrugated container 



%x5 



average net weight 
per 100 inches (lbs.) 



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[amb floor guide 



FUX)R 

GUIDE IS 

CONCEALED BY DOOR STOPS 



floor guides 
for interior residential sliding doors 




steel — bright zinc plated 



for doors sliding in a pocket 
keeps doors centered 



23 



base 

(inches) 


height of proiection 

(inches) 


width of projection 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2% X 7/„ 


Ya 


Va 


Vb X 8 


'/2 



one dozen in a box with screws 



center floor guide 




aluminum — natural fiitis/i 



2680-9 



for by-possing doors 
keeps doors centered 



base 
(inches) 


height of projection 

(inches) 


width of pro[ection 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


averoge net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2'/4 X Vs 


% 


Va 


% X 10 


Vs 



one dozen in a box with screws 



^ 



steel — bright zinc plated 



used with used leporotely 

2680-12 for for mounting in 

surface mounting grooved deer 



for by-passing doors 
keeps doors centered 



when used for surface mounting, with guide strip 2680-14 (shown on page F-22), eliminates grooving in bottom of 
door • when used separately, for grooved doors, narrow groove reduces o mount of cut-away wood leaving a 
strong door • slotted screw holes permit easy adiustment on installation 



base 

(inches) 


height of pro[ection 

(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per doien (lbs.) 


V/2 X % 


Va 


% x8 


'/a 



one dozen in a box with screws 



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y^. 



24 



2680-10 



door guides, stops and bolts 
for interior residential sliding doors 



brass — finely finished 



brings door into alignment when coming into closed position 



plate 
(inches) 


depth of receptacle 

(inches) 


diameter of bore 
(irches) 


Wa X Va 


Va 


'/2 



one dozen in a box with screws 



convftrging door guide 








size of 
wood screws 



average net weight 

per dozen (IbsJ 



Vl X 5 7/b 

finishes described on page 30 



2680-1 1 



steel — bright zinc plated 



mounted on Inside bottom comer of door • one leg projects over 
groove and contacts floor door guide at end of door travel 
Plastic shield prevents noise on contact with floor door guide 

made in two sizes; one size for %" doors, other size for ^Yb", 1 Va" or 
iVs'^ doors 

specify door thickness 

length of face plate (inches) 




for %" doors 



23/16 



forl'/tM'AM%'doors 



1'y.e 



length of edg« plate (inches) 



for T/.M'/4\ m" doors 



VA 



height 

(inches) 



1% 



size of 
wood screws 



Va x7 



average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 



one dozen in a box with screws 



2692-1 1 steel — bright zinc plated 



furnished with a rubber bumper for quiet action 
limits sliding action of doors so that rear door will 
always be accessible 

a safety device that eliminates the possibility of fingers being caught 
in pull when doors ore in motion 



door bumper stop 



overall length (inches) 



width (inches) 



1% 
two dozen in a box with screws 



size of RH wood screws 



Va x7 



averoge net weight per dozen (lbs.) 



Va 



2686 



brass — finely finished 



installed on Inside surface of the door near the pocket, for locking 
door against the [amb from one side 



strike Is mounted on the stop 



plate 
(inches) 


depth of case 

(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


3% 


"/.6 


1 X % 


H X 6 


P/t 



one dozen in a box with screws 



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pull 



sfeel — phnished 
and ptateti 




door pulls 
for interior residential sliding doors 



edge pull 



>1 






ancf ptatad 



25 



2695 



flush pulls 



^^^^^. 

0"^^ 



. 1 no. 2 



brass — finely finished 



edge pulls are installed in edge of door for pulling door out of pocket 

number 



2683 
2688 



2695 



no. 2 



plate 
(inches) 



4% X yg 



hole diameter 
(inches) 



34 
1% 



depth 
(inches) 



V16 



29/,6Xp/8 

one dozen in a box except 2688 no. I which has 

twelve dozen in a box; 2683, 2695 and 2688 no. 2 with screws or pir 



flush pull 




brass — finely finished 2684 



flush pull 




brass — finely finished 2689 



Va x7 

V2 X 16 pins 
y«x8 



overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



iy4 

'/b 



finishes described on page 30 



flush pull 



h 



brass — finely finished 2694 



number 


plate 
(inches) 


depth 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2684 
2689 
2694 


3^8 X 2'/2 

4 X 1/2 

3Vl6X 2'3/,6 


"/16 


Vl x5 
Vl x5 
Vl x5 


lya 

1 

lys 



one dozen in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



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2685 



brass escutcheons — fin»ly finished 



mortise type 

combined latch, edge and fiush puti for sliding doors from 
lya" to 1%" in thickness 




latch specifications 

front plate SVb'' k \ Va" 

hole diameter in front plate %" 

escutcheons 3^9" x 2 Vie" 

hand reversible 

backset 1 s/." 

strike iVie'x %" 



HJI 



operation : operated from either side • furnished with locking 
feature on preferred side of door and with an emergency 
unlocking feature on other side • hand of door some as 
hinged door, using pocket as hinged side 

split finishes obtainable • front plate finished same as in- 
side escutcheon 

quantitY and itze of wood screws 



front plate 



sid« platei 




average net weight 
per set 

(Ibs.l 



2 - y. X 8 

one set in a box with screws 



8 — 1/2 X 5 



2 — 7. X 8 



finishes described on page 30 



2687 



brass escutcheons — ftnety finkh»d 



unit typo 

combined latch, edge and flush pull for sliding doors from 
lys'to I %" in thickness 

latch specifications 

front plate SVa" x 1 '/t' 

hole diameter in front plate %" 

escutcheons 3%" x IV*" 

hand ... reversible 

backset T y." 

strike. I Vie" x %" 

operation : operated from either side • furnished with locking 
feature on preferred side of door and with on emergency 
unlocking feature on other side • hand of door same as 
hinged door, using pocket as hinged side 



split finishes obtainable 
side escutcheon 



front plate finished same as in- 



quantity ond size of wood screws 



front plate 






averoge net weigKt 
per set 

([bs.} 



2 — 7» X 8 
one set in a box with screws 



8 —Yix5 



2 — 7« X 8 



finishes described on page 30 



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strap and T-hinges 
hasps and staples 



SECTION 





pages 


strap hinges 


2 to 4 


T-hinges 


5 to 8 


screw hook and strap hinges 


9 


bolt hook and strap hinges 


10 


hasps 


n to 16 


tight hasps and hinges 


17 


hasps and staples 


18 to 19 



Sc900 


steel — plaitt^ with screws 


Sc900J 


steel — japannmd, with screws 


Sc900 RBP 


steel — galvanized with brass pin, 
with scr«ws 


Sc1850 


brass — with screws 




made of wrought steel or brass 

Scl850, made only in sizes 3", A" and 5" 



"Sc" packing — one pair in o box with screws 



size, length 

of each leaf 

(inches) 


length of 

joint 
{inches) 


quantity and size 

of 

wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

100 pairs tibs.) 


pairs in 
a case 


ov 


2 


1 


6— 5/8 X 5 


19 


100 




3 


1V32 


6— 3/4 X 6 


24 


100 




4 


1 V.6 


6— 3/4 X 7 


38 


100 




5 


1"^2 


8— ygx 8 


59 


100 




6 


lVl6 


8—1 X 9 


85 


50 




8 


VA 


8 — 1 X 10 


141 






10 


2V32 


8— P/4X 10 


207 







overage cose 
weight (lbs,) 



21 
26 
40 

61 
44 



one pair in a box with screws 



900 



900 RBP 



steel — f^ain, without screws 



steel — galvanized with brass pin, 
without screws 



made of wrought steel 



size, length 

Of each leaf 

(inches) 


length of 

joint 
[inches) 


quantity and size 

of 

wood screws 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen 
pairs in 
a cose 


average c 

weight (1 


2 


1 


6— 5/8 X 5 


PA 


25 


34 


3 


1V32 


6— Vax 6 


2 'A 


25 


62 


4 


lVl6 


6— 3/4 X 7 


4 


15 


60 


5 


1 ' V32 


8- 78 X 8 


6 


10 


63 


6 


iVie 


8 — 1 X 9 


9 


6 


55 


8 


m 


8—1 X 10 


15 'A 


3 


48 


10 


23^2 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 


23 


3 


71 



A" and smoller one dozen pairs; 5", 6" and 8" one-half dozen pairs; 10" one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 



(STANLEY] 

@ 




steel — pfain, with screws 



steel — japanned^ with screws 



steel — gafvanized w/fh brass pin, 
with screws 



"Sc" packing — one pair in a box with screwi 



made of wrought steel 



one pair in a box with screws 



steel — plain, wifiioi/f screws 



steel — gafvaiiized }^ith brass pin, 
without screws 



made of wrought steel 



Sc902 RBP 



size, length 


length of 


quantity and siie 


average net 






of each leaf 
(inclies) 


ioint 

tinchei) 


of 
wood screws 


weight per 
100 pairs (lbs.) 


pairs in 
a case 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


1 Vl6 


6—1 X 9 


61 


100 


62 


5 


13/4 


8—1 X 10 


97 


50 


50 


6 


2Vi6 


8— P/4 X 10 


167 


25 


43 


8 


3Vi6 


8 — 1 '74 X 1 2 


310 


20 


63 


10 


32 1/32 


8 — 1 '/2 X 14 


464 


10 


48 


12 ' 


4Vi6 


1 — P/i X 16 


728 


10 


74 



902 



size, length 
of each leaf 

(inches) 


length of 

joint 
(inches) 


quontity and size 

of 

wood screws 


averoge net 

weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen 
pairs in 
a case 


average ca*e 

weight (lbs.) 


4 


lVl6 


6—1 X 9 


6 


10 


61 


5 


P/4 


8—1 X 1 


9/2 


5 


51 


6 


2Vl6 


8 — 1 1/4 X 1 


19 


3 


59 


8 


3Vl6 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


33 


2 


70 


10 


32 1/32 


8—1/2 X 14 


52 


V2 


27 


12 


4Vl6 


1 — 1 '/2 X 1 6 


8P/2 


Y2 


42 


14 


43/4 


1 — 1 '/i X 1 6 


86 'A 







4" and 5" one-half dozen pairs; 6" and 8" one-quorter dozen pairs; in a box • 10" and 12" one-half dozen pairs 
in a carton • 14" one-twelfth dozen pairs, wired 



[STANLEY] 



Sc93S 



Se935 RBP 



steel — piatnf with screws 



steel — galvanized with brass pin, with screws 




"Sc" packing — on« pair in a box with screws 



made of wrought steel 

the corrugations strengthen the hinges and prevent binding on the pins 



size, length 

of eoch leaf 

(inches) 


length of 

(Oinf 
(inches) 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

too pairs (tbs.) 


poirj in 
a cose 


overage case 
weight (lbs.) 


4 


1V,6 


6—1 X 9 


55 


100 


56 


5 


l'V.6 


8—1 X 10 


82 


50 


42 


6 


272 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 


148 


25 


38 


8 


3 


8 — 1 % X 1 2 


242 


20 


50 


10 


35/8 


8— PAx 14 


360 


10 


37 


12 


4 


1 — 1 72 X 1 6 


572 


10 


59 



one pair in a box with screws 



935 steel — plain, without screws 



™™"**'«^*««^^^^^^^ 




made of wrought steel 

the corrugations strengthen the hinges and prevent binding on the pins 



size, length 
of each leaf 

(inches) 


length of 

joint 
(inches) 


quantity ond size 
of wood screws 


average net 
weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a cose 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


4 


lVl6 


6—1 X 9 


5'/2 


10 


56 


5 


l'Vl6 


8 — 1 X 1 


8 


5 


42 


6 


2'/2 


8— l'/4 X 10 


15'/2 


4 


63 


8 


3 


8 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


25'/2 


2 


52 


10 


35/6 


8 — P/2 X 1 4 


39 


Vi 


20 


12 


4 


10— l'/2X 16 


61 


Vi 


31 



4" and 5" one-half dozen pairs; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 



[STANLEY] 




steel — galvanizB<i with brass pin, 
with screws 



made of wrought steel 

the corrugations strengtheri the hinges and prevent binding on the pins 



size, length 
of strap 


length 
of pad 


width 


width 
of strop 


quantity and size 


average net 

weight per 

100 pairs (lbs.) 


pair$ in 


average case 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


at joint 
(inches) 


of wood screws 


a case 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


3 'A 


1 


P/s 


6— 1 X 10 


63 


100 


65 


5 


4 


P/2 


1% 


8— 1 X 10 


105 


50 


55 


6 


4 'A 


1% 


2'/4 


8 " 1 '/4 X 10 


165 


25 


43 


8 


5V2 


2 


2% 


8 — 1 '/4 X 12 


264 


20 


55 


TO 


7 


2% 


3Vg 


9 — 1 '/2 X 1 4 


396 


10 


42 


12 


7 


2^/8 


4 


10—1/2x16 


478 


10 


50 


one pair in 


a box with 


screws 














^^^^^^^^^ 










^^^^^^^HH 


i^H^HH^^H 




steel — phin, without screws 



made of wrought steel 

the corrugations strengthen the hinges and prevent binding on the pir 



size, length 
of strap 


length 
of pad 


of pad 


width 
of strap 


quontity and size 


averoge net 


dozen pairs 


overage case 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 




dozen pairs (lbs.) 


in a cose 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


3 'A 


1 


IVa 


6— 1 X 10 


6 


10 


63 


5 


4 


I'A 


P/4 


8— 1 X 10 


11 


5 


55 


6 


4 'A 


1% 


2'/4 


8 — 1 '/4 X 10 


17 


4 


73 


8 


5V2 


2 


23/4 


8 — 1 '/4 X 12 


2 9 'A 


2 


60 


10 


7 


2'/4 


3'/8 


9 — 1 'A X 14 


43 


'A 


22 


12 


7 


2% 


4 


1 — 1 'A X 16 


52 


Vi 


26 



4 and 5" one-half dozen pairs; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 



[STANLEY] 



Sc904 


steel — piain, with screws 


Sc904J 


steel — JQpannedf with screws 


Sc904 RBP 


steel — gatvanized with brass pin, with screws 


Sc1854 


brass — with screws 




"Se" packing — one pair in o box wifh tcr«ws 



made of wrought steel or brass 

Scl854, made only in sizes 3", 4" and 5" 



siie, length 
of strap 

(inches) 


length 
of pad 

(inches) 


width 

of pod 

(inches) 


width 
of strap 
at joint 

(inches) 


quantity and tiie 
of wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

100 pairs (IbU 


pairs in 
a case 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


2 


2 


V7 


% 


6— s/sx 5 


15 


100 


17 


3 


2Va 


% 


1V32 


6 — % X 6 


28 


100 


30 


4 


25/8 


Va 


1V,6 


6— Va k 7 


36 


100 


38 


5 


3 


Vz 


1V,6 


7- 7.x 8 


51 


100 


53 


6 


3'/4 


Vz 


H/b 


7- 78 X 8 


64 


100 


66 


8 


4 


1 


VA 


7 — 1 X 9 


96 


50 


50 


10 


4-/2 


VA 


IVb 


8— l>/4 X 10 


139 


25 


36 


12 


4% 


Vh 


2 


8 — l'/4 X 10 


200 







one pair In a box with screws 



904 



904 RBP 



steel — plain, without screws 



steel — galvanized with brass pin, 
without screws 



made of wrought steel 




size, length 


length 


width 


width 










of strap 

(inches) 


of pad 
(inches) 


of pad 

(inches) 


at joint 

(inches! 


quantity ord size 
of wood screws 


weight per 
dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a cose 


average case 

weight (lbs.) 


2 


2 


Vi 


78 


6 — 5/8 X 5 


1/2 


25 


39 


3 


2'/4 


% 


1V32 


6 — % X 6 


3 


25 


69 


4 


25/8 


% 


IV, 6 


6— 3/4 X 7 


3/2 


15 


54 


5 


3 


Vb 


1V.6 


7— 78 X 8 


5 


10 


51 


6 


3/4 


Vb 


IVb 


7- 78 X 8 


6/2 


10 


65 


8 


4 


1 


1/2 


7—1 X 9 


10 


5 


50 


10 


4'/2 


1/4 


15/8 


8—1/4x10 


14 


3 


44 


12 


4% 


1/2 


2 


8—1/4x10 


22 


2 


45 



4" and smaller one dozen pairs; 5", 



' and 12" one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 



[STANLEY] 






steel — plain, with screws 


Sc906 


steel — japanned, with screws 


Sc906 J 


steel 


— galvanized with brass pin, with screws 


Sc906 RBP 



"Sc" packing — one pair in a box with screws 

made of wrought steet 



size, length 


length 


width 


width 




overage net 






of strap - 


of pad 


of pad 




quantify and size 


weight per 
100 pairs (lbs.) 


pairs in 


overage case 


tinchesj 


(inches) 


(inches) 


at joint 

(inches) 


of wood screws 


a case 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


2% 


Vb 


IViS 


6— % X 8 


47 


100 


49 


5 


3'/4 


I'/a 


1V|6 


7 — % X 8 


71 


50 


37 


6 


372 


lVl6 


lVl6 


7—1 X 9 


83 


50 


43 


8 


3% 


IVa 


1 ■ 7l6 


7— -1 X 10 


118 


50 


61 


10 


4 'A 


l'/2 


I'Vie 


8 — 1 'A X 1 


180 


25 


47 


12 


• 5'/2 


2 


2'/4 


9 — 1 '/4 X 12 


289 







one pair in a box with screws 



n 



r 



steel — plain, without screws 



steel - 



■ gafvanized with brass pin, 
without screws 



made of wrought steel 



jiie, length 


length 


width 


widtti 




average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 






of strap 


of pad 


of pad 


of strap 


Cfuantity and size 


dozen pairs 




(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


of wood screws 


in a case 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


2% 


Vb 


1 ^Ae 


6 — y« X 8 


4y8 


10 


48 


5 


3'/4 


P/e 


1 V,6 


7— yax 8 


7y4 


5 


40 


6 


3'/2 


lVl6 


lVl6 


7—1 X 9 


SVb 


5 


45 


8 


2Vb 


lys 


1 ' 7.6 


7— 1 x 10 


iiy4 


5 


61 


10 


4'/2 


l'/2 


I'Vis 


8 — 1 '/4 X 10 


19'/4 


3 


59 


12 


572 


2 


2'/4 


9 — 1 '/4 X 1 2 


aiya 


2 


65 



4" one-half dozen pairs; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 



Se908 


steel — plain, with screws 


Sc908 J 


steel — japanned, with screws 


Sc908 RBP 


steel — galvanized with brass pin, with screws 



made of wrought steel 



size, length 
of strap 

(inches) 


length 

of pod 
{Inches} 


width 
of pad 
(Inches) 


width 

of strap 
at ioint 
(inches) 


4 


3'/2 


VA 


P/8 


5 


3% 


1 Vl6 


21/8 


6 


4'/2 


]Va 


2y8 


8 


5Vi 


2'/b 


2% 


10 


7 


2 'A 


3y2 


12 


7 ¥4 


23/4 


4 '7,6 



quantity ond size 
of wood screws 



6—1 X 9 

8 — 1 X 1 
B — 1 'A X 1 

9 — 1 '/2 X 1 2 
9 — 1 '/2 X 1 4 

1 — P/2 X 1 6 



one pair in a box with screws 



-.S 



"Sc" packing — one pair 



overage net 

weight per 

100 pairs (lbs.) 



75 
130 
194 

334 
514 
702 



100 
50 
25 
20 
10 
10 



1 box with tcrewl 



77 
66 
51 
70 
54 
72 



908 



steel — plain, without screws 



908 RBP 



steel — galvanized with brass pin, without screws 



^ 



made of wrought steel 












1 


size, length 
of strap 


length 

of pad 


width 
of pad 


width 
of strap 


quantity and size 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 


overage case 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


at joint 

(inches) 


of wood screws 


m o case 


weight (lbs.) 


4 


3'/2 


1/4 


P/b 


6—1 X 9 


7/2 


10 


79 


5 


378 


1Vl6 


2/8 


8—1 X 10 


13/2 


5 


70 


6 


4/2 


]% 


23/8 


8— 1/4 X 10 


21 


3 


66 


8 


5/2 


2/8 


27e 


9—1/2x12 


37 


2 


76 


10 


7 


2/4 


3/2 


9-1/2x14 


58 


/i 


30 


12 


7% 


23/4 


4'/l6 


10—1/2x16 


77 


Vi 


40 


16 


7y4 


23/4 


4Vi6 


11—1/2x16 


88 







4" and 5" one-half dozen pairs; 6" and 8" one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box • 10" and 12" one-half dozen pairs 
in a carton • 16" one-twelfth dozen pairs, wired 



[STANLEY] 



screw hook and strap hinges 









sfeel— p/oin, wi»/iou» screws 


951 




screw hook and strap hinge 


J J 


^ ttee\ —galvanized, without screws 


951 R 




made of wrought sfeel 








size, length 
of strap 
(inches) 


hook 
(inches) 


width of strop 
(inches) 


qoontity and diameter 
of bolts or lag screws 


average net weight 

per dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 




6 


'/2 X 4 


l'/4 


2-Vi6 


22 




8 


Vl X 4 


P/4 


2— Vi6 


25 




10 


VsxS 


l'/4 


3 — % 


35 




12 


Va X 5 


T/4 


3 — % 


38 




14 


% x6 


P/2 


3 — % 


71 




16 


Va x6 


l'/2 


3— yt 


78 




- 18 


% x6 


P/4 


4 — % 


91 




20 


y* X 6 


iy4 


4—3/8 


98 




24 


Vi k7 


2 


4—3/8 


141 




30 


'/a x7 


2 


5 — 3/8 


161 




36 


7b x7 


2 


5—% 


184 


_ 


12" ond smaller one dozen pairs; 14" to 18" 


one-half dozen pairs; 


in a carton • larger sizes one pair, wired 




..J_^b=. 




steel — plain 953 



fmmm^ 



screw hook and eye hinge 

made of wrought steel 

one parr consists of two hooks and two eyes 

size of hook 



Vl x 4 

3/4 X 6 

one-half dozen pairs in a carton 



Vl x4 
Va x6 



overage net weight 
per dozen pairs (lbs.) 



1 1 

37 




screw hook 
made of wrought steel 



steel — plain I 1 665 



size 


for hinges 


averaq 


(inches) 


(inches) 


per doze 


Vl X 4 


6, 8 




Vb x 5 


10, 12 




Va X 6 


1 4 to 20 




Vb x7 


24 to 36 





4 
7 
12 

20 



Vl" X 4" and Va" x 5" one dozen single; %" x 6" and Vs" x 7" one-half dozen single; in a carton 



[STANLEY] 



952 R 



steel — plain 
steel — galvanized 




made of wrought steel 

bolt hooks have projections to prevent washer from moving toward the pintle 



site, length 


boll 


width of strap 


qgantity and diameter 


average net weight 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


of bolts or log screws 


per dozen pairs (lbs.) 


6 


Vi X 6 


l'/4 


2 — V,6 


28 


8 


Vix 6 


l'/4 


2— Vi6 


31 


10 


Vb X 7 


l'/4 


3 — ys 


45 


12 


5/8 X 7 


l'/4 


3— ya 


48 


14 


3/4 X 9 


P/2 


3 — ya 


90 


16 


y4x 9 


P/2 


3- ye 


96 


18 


y4x 9 


iy4 


4 — ys 


110 


20 


% X 9 


iy4 


4 — ys 


117 


24 


yax 10 


2 


4-y8 


165 


30 


%x 10 


2 


5-y8 


181 


36 


% x 1 


2 


S—Vb 


203 



12" and smaller one dozen pairs; 14" to 18" one-half dozen pairs; in a carton • larger sizes one pair, wired 



1664 steel — p/a/n 



| 1^ ^ 



made of wrought steel 

bolt hooks hove projections to prevent washer from moving toward the pintle 

furnished with two washers and a nut 



(inches) 



Vi X 6 
yax 7 
y4X 9 
Vs x 10 



for hinges 

(inches) 



6,8 

10, 12 

1 4 to 20 

24 to 36 



average net weight 

per dozen single (lbs.) 



6y4 

12 
21 

31'/2 



Vl' X 6* and ya" x 7" one dozen single; Va" x 9" and ys" x 10" one-half dozen single; in a carton 



[STANLEY] 




safety hasp 
click-lock staple 



steel — p/aio, with screws 



steel - 



- bright zinc plated, 
with screws 



steel — bright zinc pfatedf with brass 
pin, with screws 



11 



Sc917 KBP 



"Sc" packing — one In a box with icrewt 
made of wrought steel 

the design and construction of the hasp gives a neaf appearance and added strength 
staple Jocks into position with each quarter turn • when fastened, all screws are con- 
cealed and cannot be removed 
the staple is in a vertical position permitting the padlock to lie flat 



size, length 










average net 






of slotted 


length ' 


width 


staple plate 


quantity and size 


weight per 


hasps in 


average case 


part 


of pad 


(inches) 


(inches) 


of wood screws 


100 pieces 


o case 


weight (lbs.) 


(inchesl 


(inches) 








(lbs.) 






3'/2 


lVl6 


l'/2 


1 78 X 1 Vi 


7—3/4 x7 


30 


100 


32 


AV2 • 


2Vb 


P/j 


1 % X 1 '/2 


7—Vax7 


39 


100 


41 


6 


2% 


1% 


\% X l'/2 


9 — 78x8 


65 


50 


34 



one in o box with screws 



/ 



y 



> 



steel. — phin, without screws 



steel — bright zinc phted, 
with screws 



steel — bright zinc plated with brass 
pin, witfi screws 



917 



made of wrought steel 

the design and construction of the hasp gives a neat appearance and added strength 
staple locks into position with each quarter turn • when fastened, all screws ore con- 
cealed and cannot be removed 
the staple is in a vertical position permitting the padlock to lie flat 



size, length 
















of slotted 


length 


width 


staple plate 


quantity and size 


overage net 


dozen in 


average case 


part 


of pad 


(inches) 


(inches) 


of wood screws 


weight per 


a case 


weight (lbs.) 


(inches) 


(inches) 








dozen (lbs.) 






3'/2 


1Vl6 


l'/2 


1 76 X 1 Vl 


7 — Vax7 


3'/4 


20 


67 


4'/2 


2Vb 


P/2 


1 7e X 1 Vi 


7 — yA x7 


4 


15 


61 


6 


23/4 


178 


1 78 X 1 V2 


9—78 x8 


7 


5 


36 



3 'A" and 4V2" one dozen; 6" one -ha If dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 



12 



safety hasp 
fixed staple 



Sc9n 


steel — plain, with screws 


Se9n J 


steel — /opannedt with screws 


Se911 K 


steel — bright zinc plated, with screws 




V^^i- 



made of wrought steel 

when fastened, all screws are concealed and cannot be removed 



"Se" packing — on« in a bdx with serswt 



size, length 
of ilotted 


length 
of pad 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


staple plate 
(inches) 


gouge of metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


overage 

net weiqht 

per 100 

pieces 

(lbs.) 


hasps in 
o case 


average 
case 


port 
(inches) 


hasp 


staple 


weight 

(lbs.) 


2>/2 
3'/2 

6 


l!/8 

1V,6 

2'/4 

2¥a 


1 

l'/2 

1/2 


1 '/. X 1 
i'/2 X P/« 

2 X 1 '/4 

2I/,GX PA 


.072 

.077 
.089 
.107 


.072 

.089 
.104 
.123 


7— Vs x5 

7— 3/4x7 

4 — 7«x9, 3 — 3/4x7 

9—1 x9 


13 
26 
41 
72 


100 

100 
100 

50 


15 
28 
43 
38 



one in a box with screws 



911 


steel — plain, without screws 


911 J 


steel — iapanned, with screws 


911 K 


steel — bright zinc platmd, with screws 




made of wrought steel 

when fastened, all screws are concealed and cannot be removed 



«ze, length 
of ilotted 


length 
of pod 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


staple plate 
(inches) 


gauge 


of metal 


quantity ond size 
of wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
cose 


overage 


port 
(inches) 


hosp 


staple 


weight 
(lbs.) 


3 'A 
4'A 

6 


I'/s 

lVl6 

2'/4 

23/4 


1 
T/2 

m 


1 '/« X 1 

1 '/2 X 1 '/« 

2 X 1 '/4 
2 l/ie X 1 'A 


.072 
.077 

.089 
.107 


.072 

.089 
.104 
.123 


7— 5/8x5 
7— 3/4x7 

4 — 78x9,3 — 3/4x7 
9—1 x 9 


V/2 

3 

4'A 
a 'A 


25 

15 
10 
5 


37 
45 
47 

44 



4/2" and smaller one dozen; 6" one-half dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 




safety hasp 
adjustable staple 



13 



steel — plain, with screws 


Sc915 


steel — japanned, with screws 


Sc915 J 


steel — bright zinc phfed, with screws 


Sc915 K 


steel — gafvanized with brass pin, 
with screws 


Sc915 RBP 


brass — with screws 


Scl860 



"Sc" packing — one in a box with tcrewi 

made of wrought steel or brass 

when fastened, alt screws are concealed and cannot be removed 

the adjustable staple compensates for shrinking or sagging of the door • the staple 
is in a vertical position, permitting the padlock to lie flat 
Scl860 made only in sizes 3'/2", 4'/2" and 6" 



she. length 














average net 








length 


width 


staple plote 


gauge of metal 


quantity and size 


weight per 


hasps in 


case 




of pad 


(inches) 


(inches) 






of wood screws 


»00 pieces 














(inches) , 


(inches) 






hasp 


staple 




(lbs.) 




(lbs.) 


3'/2 


lVl6 


P/2 


1 'Vl6 X P/2 


.077 


.065 


7— y4x 7 


30 


100 


31 


4'/2 


2Va 


l'/2 


1 13/16 X l'/2 


.089 


.065 


7 — ¥4 X 7 


40 


100 


41 


6 


2y4 


1% 


2 V,6 X 1 % 


.107 


.071 


9—1 X 9 


79 


50 


41 


7 


3 


2'/2 


3 X 2'/2 


.160 


.160 


9 — 1 '/4 X 10 


190 







one in a box with screws 






steel — ptain, without screws 


915 


steel — iapanned, with screws 


915 J 


steel - 


- bright zinc plated, with screws 


915 K 



mode of wrought steel 

when fastened, al! screws are concealed and cannot be removed 

the adjustable staple compensates for shrinking or sagging of the door 
is in a vertical position, permitting the padlock to lie flat 



the staple 



size, length 














average net 




average 


of slotted 


length 


width 


staple plote 


gauge of metal 


quantity ond siie 


weight per 


doien in 


case 


part 


of pad 


(inches) 


(inches) 





. 


of wood screws 




o case 


weight 


(inches) 


(inches) 






hasp 


staple 




(lbs.) 




(lbs.) 


3'/2 


1^16 


r'/2 


1 '3/16 X l'/2 


.077 


.065 


7 — y4 X 7 


3'/4 


20 


66 


4'/2 


2'/4 


l'/2 


1 '3/,5X l'/2 


.089 


.065 


7 ~ y, X 7 


4'/4 


15 


68 


6 


2 ¥4 


1% 


23.^6 X 1% 


.107 


.071 


9—1 X 9 


8"/4 


5 


43 


7 


3 


2'/2 


3 X 2'/2 


.160 


.160 


9 — 1 '/4 X 1 


21 'A 


3 


65 



3'/2" and 4'/2" one dozen; 6" one-half dozen; 7" one- quarter dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 



J 



steel — plain, without screws 



steel —bright zinc piated, with tcrmws 




made of wrought steel 

a quarter turn of the swivel makes it possible to secure the door without the use of a padlock 
closed, is in a vertical position permitting the padlock to lie flat 
when fastened, all screws are conceoled and cannot be removed 



the staple, when 



size, length 

of slotted 

part 


length 
of pod 

(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


stople plate 
(inches) 


gouge 


of metal 


quontity 
of wooc 


ond Mze 
screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lb$.) 


dozen 
in o 
cose 


overage 
case 


(inches) 


hosp 


staple 


hosp 


staple 


weight 

(lbs.) 


372 
4 '/a 
6 


2'/4 
23/4 


T/2 
l'/2 

ly. 


1 '/2 X 1 '/« 

1 '/2 X 1 '/« 

2 X 1 '/4 


.077 
.089 
.107 


.089 

.089 
.104 


3— 34x7 
3— 3/^x7 
5—1 x9 


4— VakV 

4— 3/^x7 
4—1 x9 


3 
4 

7/2 


15 
10 

5 


47 
42 
39 



3'/2'' and 4/2" one dozen; 6" one -ha If dozen; in a box 



925 


steel — plain, withaut screws 


925 J 


steel — [apanned, with $crmw$ 


925 K 


sleel — bright zinc plated, with screws 



made of wrought steel 

for chests, sliding doors, etc • when fastened, all screws 
are concealed and cannot be removed • made with the 
end turned up 






XJ 



-W 



length of 
slotted 
part 

(inches) 


pad 

(inches) 


staple plate 
(inches) 


distance 

between 

centers of 

hirtges 

(inches) 


gauge of 

metal 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


averog« net 
weight'per 

dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 
cose 


overage 
cose 

weight 
(lbs.) 


3 
4 


P/tX ll/,6 
1 % X 1 V.6 


1/2x1 Vt 
2 X 1 /4 


1 ' 7.6 
2"/,6 


.065 
.089 


7— % x7 
7-1 x9 


2/2 

6/2 


15 
10 


39 
68 



3" one dozen; 4" one-half dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 




steel — ptainf with screws 



steel — japannedf with screws 



steel 



- gfilvanized with brass pin, 
with screws 



Sc912 



"Sc" packing ~~ en* in a box with «cr«wt 

made of wrought steel 

sizes 3" and AVi" made with the end turned up 



size. 


length of 












overage net 




averoge 


length 


slotted 


length of 


staple plote 


gouge of metal 


quontity and site 


weight per 


hasp* in 


cose 


of strap 

(inches) 


port 

(inches) 


ioint 
(inches) 


(inches) 








100 pieces 

(lbs.) 




weight 
(lbs.) 




hasp 


staple 






3 


3 


P/. 


P/2 X P/a 


.065 


.089 


7— 3/4 X 6 


21 


100 


22 


41/2 . 


3'/4 


P/. 


P/2 X !'/« 


.077 


.089 


8— % X 6 


27 


100 


28 


6 


4 


IV16 


2 X 1 Va 


.089 


.104 


8—1 X 9 


51 


50 


28 


8 


4'/4 


P/s 


2I/,6X P/2 


.101 


.123 


8—1 X 10 


78 






10 


5V,G 


2'/,6 


2% x2'/,6> 


.104 


.150 


8 — P/4 X 1 


123 







one in a box with screws 




steel — piaiiif without screws 



steel — galvanized with brass 
pin, "without screws 



912 



912 RBP 



made of wrought steel 

sizes 3" and 4'/2'' made with the end turned up 



size, 
length 
of strap 
(inches) 


length of 
slotted 
port 

(inches) 


length of 
joint 

(inches) 


stople plate 
(inches) 


gauge 0' 


metal 


quantify ond size 
of wood screws 


averoge net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


doien in 


overage 

weight 

(lbs.) 


hasp 


staple 


3 


3 


P/b 


P/2 X 1 '/b 


.065 


.089 


7— 3/4 X 6 


2 


25 


52 


4/2 


374 


P/» 


P/2 X 1 '/b 


.077 


.089 


8 — % X 6 


2y4 


25 


70 


6 


4 


IV16 


2 X P/4 


.089 


.104 


8—1 X 9 


5'/4 


10 


54 


8 


4'/4 


ly. 


2 '/i6 X 1 V2 


.101 


.123 


8—1 X 10 


8 


5 


42 


10 


5Vi6 


2'/l6 


2Va x2i/,6 


.104 


.150 


8 — p/4 X 1 


I 1374 


3 


41 



6" ond smaller one dozen; larger sizes one-half dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 



941 



sf eel — plam^ without screws 



941 J 



steel — lapannedf with screws 



941 RBP 



sf eel — galvaitixed with brass pin, with $cr»w$ 




made of wrought steel 

a heavy duty hasp for general utility service 

the square hole permits the use of a carriage bolt for security against removal 

made with the end turned up 



size, 
length 

overati 
(inches) 


length of 
slotted 

part 
(inches) 


length 
of pad 

(inches) 


length of 

joint 
(inches) 


staple plote 
(inches) 


gauge 
of 


quantity and siie 
Of wood screws 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 


average 
case 

weight 
(lbs.} 


7Yi 


3'/2 


4'/,6 


13/4 


2'/2 X Wa 


.168 


8 — 1 'A X 12 


12 


5 


63 


9 


4 


5 


2 '/a 


2 ¥4 X 2 '/a 


.180 


8 — P/2 X 1 2 


18 


Vh 


47 


10 


4 


6 


2 '/a 


2^/4 X 2 '/a 


.180 


8 — T/i X 1 2 


19 'A 







Z'/i" one-half dozen; larger sizes one-quarter dozen; in a box 



[STANLEY] 







^ 



' ^ ' 



1344 
345 



made of wrought steel 

for boskets, boxes, chests, cabinets, etc 



length 
of strap 

(inches! 


length 
of joint 

(inches) 


pad 

(inches) 


staple 

plote 
(inches) 


gouge 
of 

metal 


quantity a 
wood 


nd size of 
screws 


average net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


dozen 

pairs 


average 
cose weight 

(lbs.) 




344 


345 


344 


345 


344 


345 


P/a 


• 1 


1 Va X % 


'V,6X % 


.050 


4 — 5/8x5 


2 — 5/8x5 
4 — 5/8x4 


\Va 


78 


25 


33 


22 



344 one dozen pairs; 345 one dozen single; in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 




346 — 1862 
safety hasp 



steel — phnhhed and plated 



brass 



346 
349 



mode of wrought steel or brass 

for boskets, boxes, chests, cabinets, etc 



class 
number 


size, 
length of 
slotted 

part 
(inches) 


lengtti 
of pad 
(inches! 


width 

(inches) 


staple plate 
(inches) 


gouge 

of 
metal 


quontity and size 
of wood screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


346 
349 

1862 


25/. 

2 

2% 

25/8 


1'/b 

P/2 

1 ' '/l6 

1'/b 


'V,6 


l'/8 X iV,6 

'5/,6X 3/4 
l'/8 X lB/,e 
l'/8 X IV, 6 


.050 
.050 

.050 

.050 


7—5/8x4 
7—5/8x4 
7—5/8x4 
7—5/8x4 


1 

Vb 

T/a 



average 
case weight 



50 
50 
50 
50 



53 
37 
42 
59 



one dozen in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



913 



913 R 



steel — plain, without screws 




sfeel — galvanized, without screws 



made of wrought steel 



size 


plote 
(mches) 


projection 
of staple 

(irrches) 


gauge 
of metol 


size of 
wood screws 


averoge net 
weight per doien 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


no. 3 
no. 6 
no. 8 

no. 10 

two dozer 


T/2 X 1 i/t 
2 X 1 y4 

2'/>6xT/2 

2% x2V>6 
in a box 


y4 

'Vl6 


.089 
.104 
.123 
.150 


y4x 6 

1 X 9 

1 X 10 

11/4x10 


Va 
VA 
IVs 

3'/2 


50 

50 


36 
62 



II! 




mode of wrought steel 



size, 

length of 

hook 

(inches) 


length 
(in 


of staple 
:hes) 


he 
(i^c 


.ok 
re 
hes) 


average net 
weight per gross 

(lbs.) 


gross in 


a cose 


averoge 

case weight 

(lbs.) 




972 


974 


972 


974 


972 


974 


972 


974 


972 


974 


4 
5 
6 

one- twelfth 


2 

2 
2 'A 

gross in c 


2 

2 'A 
box 


V32 
'/4 


Va 

V.6 

V.6 


16 

22'/2 
29-/2 


17 

28 
3T/2 


1 
1 
1 


1 
1 
1 


18 

24 

31 


19 
30 
33 


[STAN Li 


lYj 








Rev. 52-12 




diamond poinl 




steel — galvanized 



made of wrought steel 












average net weight 




average 


size, length 


gauge of wire 


per gross 


gross in a case 


case weight 


(inches) 




(lbs.) 




(fbs.) 


1 


.120 


y* 


50 


42 


P/4 


.120 


l'/8 


50 


57 


V/2 


.135 


P/2 


50 


75 


2 


.144 


2'/2 


25 


66 


2 '72 


.180 


4'/2 


12 


55 


3 


.192 


6% 


10 


69 


- 3'/2 


.207 


8'/2 


5 


44 


4 


.207 


10 '/4 


5 


53 



1" to 2 '/a" one gross,- larger sizes one -ha If gross,- in a box 



980 



sieel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



980 
981 
982 
987 



980 R 

981 R 

982 R 
987 R 







982 


I, 


made of wrought steel 








size. 


gauge 




average net 




average 


class 


length of strap- 


of metal 


length of staple 


weight per dozen 


dozen in a ease 


case weight 




(inches) 


(strapl 


(inches) 


(Ibs.l 




(lbs.) 


980 


6 


.107 


2 


2'/2 


50 


129 




8 


.107 


2 'A 


3'/2 


25 


98 


981 


6 


.084 


2'/2 


3 


50 


143 




8 


.092 


2 'A 


4 


50 


196 


982 


6 


.107 


2 


3 


25 


73 




8 


.107 


2'/2 


4 






987 


8 


.250 


3 


8 


... 




one dozen in 


a box 













[Stanley! 



bolts and door holders 



SECTION 

H 





pages 


hospifal roller door holders 


2 


door holders 


3 


surface bolts 


4 


lever flush bolts 


5 


flush bolts 


6 to 7 


cremone bolts 


8 


case bolts and transom catches 


9 


barrel bolts 


10 to n 


cellar window and window spring bolts 


12 ' 


shutter bolts 


13 


spring bolts 


14 to 15 


chain bolts 


16 


foot bolts 


17 


spring and cane bolts 


18 


extra-heavy "kee bolt" 


19 


extra-heavy espagnolette bolts 


20 


extra-heavy cremone bolt 


21 




uses for doors m hospitals, schools and Institutions where quiet Is essential • holds door open in any position 
and prevents slamming • provides a slight but non-varying resistance to movement of doors 

the surface type Is especially suitable for doors olready in use, lacking means of door control 

with roller door holders, we recommend our roller latch for holding the door in the closed position and ourTubber 
silencer for quieting the door when coming into the closed position (see pages F-6 and F-7) 

construction made of wrought brass or bronze • the rubber rollers are easily replaced; on 443 and 453, 
roller can be replaced without removing holder from the door 

holders were originally mode with rollers W wide, now made 1" wide • when ordering replacement roller unit, 
specify width required 



Plata 
(inches) 


width of 
roller 

(inches) 


ttirow 
(inches) 


siz« of OH 
mochine screws 


%\\» of OH 
wood screws 


average ret 
weight per 100 


template 


non-templote 


(lbs.) 


6'/8 X 2^/8 


1 


1 


'/i X 10-24 


1 x9 


147 



three in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 





pressure cast zinc alloy — i ^ec 
finaly finished 




steel — pianishmd and 
plated 



brass or bronze — 
fmely finished 




cast iron — planished 
and plated 



cast brass or bronze — 
finely finished 



uses will hold doors open on any type of floor 



construction 455 — the arm is held in a retracted position by a special friction element • easily released • 
equipped with a mar-proof rubber shoe which is rocker shaped and when in use, wedges against the floor 
456-457 — made of wrought brass, bronze or steel • a spring in the plunger base makes possible the securing 
of added pressure against the floor • a slight pressure of the foot on the serrated base of the plunger sets the rubber 
flrmly against the floor and a slight pressure on the trip releases the holder • equipped with o rubber silencer 
insuring quiet operation when released 

458-459 — a wedge action holds the arm in a retracted position 

456-457-458-459 — equipped with soft rubber feet with concentric rings for greater holding power 

rubber feet are replaceable on alt numbers 



(inches) 



size of 
OH wood 



weighs 
(lbs.| 



plate 
(inches) 



[inches) 



naximum 
(inches) 



OH wood 



overoge 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 



[inches) 



size of 
OH wood 



average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(ibs.) 



5 VtxB 5 31 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



5x2 6ya 'Vi6 y« X 8 UVi 

one-quarter dozen in a box with screws 

finishes described on page 30 



5 % X 8 7'/2 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



jd 



i^ 




polished and finely finished 
363-364 I brass 




:.0i %. 



flat strike for 366, 367, 379 and 381 



10 



G 



r>vJi 



il strike for 366, 367, 379 
and 381 



univerial strike for 363 and 364 



angle strike (or all numbert 





polished and finely finished 

366-367 I brass 

379-381 I steel ^ 



uses for freneh doors, casement windows, pairs of doors etc 

construeHon bolt rods ore half round • 363 and 364 designed for durability and beauty with no guides to 
mar the finish of the bolt • the friction element holds the bolt securely in any position • fixed throw provides for 
eosy application 

366, 367, 379 and 381 hove back plates under the guides to prevent rod from marring the wood • guides are 
designed to prevent marring of the rod when bolt is operated 













size of 


overage 




sue. 


width 




guides 


wood screws 


net weight 


number 


length 

(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


FH for strikes 
OH for guides 


pet dozen 

(Ibv) 


363 


3 


Va 


Va 


Vl6 X 1 


'/2 x5 


]'/2 




4 


ya 


Ya 


Vl6 X 1 


!/2 X 5 


iy4 




6 


Yz 


1 


ViG X 1 


Vi x5 


2 




6 


1/2 


1 


Vi X 1 '/a 


yax5 


3 


364 


9 


Vi 


1 


'Ax l>/8 


y8x5 


4 




12 


Vi 


1 


Vi X 1 '/a 


ysxi 


4y4 




3 


y« 


Vi 


y« X 1 Vi6 


y« x5 


2Va 


366-379 


4 


% 


1 


Vt X 1 5/,6 


ya x5 


2Vi 




6 


ys 


1 


ya X 1 Vi6 


ya x5 


3 




6 


Vi 


VA 


1 X P/2 


y4 x6 


4'/2 


367-381 


9 


Vi 


l'/4 


1 X 1 Vi 


y4 x6 


6 




12 


Vi 


P/4 


1 X 1 Vi 


y4 X 6 


7 




18 


'/2 


P/4 


1 X 1 'A 


% X 6 


9 



3" to 6" one dozen; larger sizes one-half dozen; in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANUY3 



^ 




polished and fmBty finished 

382 I steel 

uses 382 for thin doors or doors with narrow stiles 



11 






polished and finely finished 

385 I steel 

386 I brass or bronze 



construction made of wrought brass, bronze or steel • all working parts are enclosed insuring easy operation 

springs are made of strong, durable music wire • strikes are self-centering and the holes are large enough to allow 
for door shrinkage 



382 




385, 386 




plate, 


3%" X Vti" 


plate, 


6'/4"x l'/*" 


diameter of rod, 


Vie" 


diameter of rod, 


Va" 


square bolt head, 


Vie" 


square bolt head. 


Yi" 


depth of case, 


' '/re" 


depth of case. 


'Vie" 


throw, 


Vj" 


throw, 


Vb" 


Size 


average 


* ■ 


average 


length of rod 
(inches} 


net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


length of rod 
(inches) 


net weight 

per doien 

(lbs.) 


6 


3 


9 


9Y2 


9 


3'/2 


12 


10 


12 


4 


18 


12 


18 


4'/2 


24 


13 


one-sixth dozen in a box 


with Vk" X 4 screws for 


one-sixth dozen in a b 


ox with 1" X 6 screws for 


plate, %" X 6 for strike 




plate, ya" X 8 for strike 





*measurement Is taken from end of bolt head to center of case when bolt is retracted 

finishes described on page 30 



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planished and plated 
3931/2 I wrought steel 



I planished and plated 

394 I wrought steel 



c 



B 



polished and plated 
396 [ wrought steel 



number 


size, 

length of 

plate 

(inches) 


width 
of plate 
(inches) 


lip 

extension 
(inches) 


bolt 


throw 
(inches) 


size of 

wood screws 

(plate) 


overoge 
net weight 
per dozen 

libs.) 




6 


y. 


VA 


Va" round 


l'/8 


Va x5 


3 


393 '/2 


9 


3/4 


VA 


Va" round 


IVb 


Va x5 


4 




12 


Va 


Wb 


Va" round 


l'/8 


Va x5 


SVz 




4 


Vl 


Va 


Vje" round 


'/2 


YaxS 


1 


394 


6 


Vl 


% 


^/le" round 


1/2 


Vax5 


]Yi 




8 


Vl 


Va 


3/1 e" round 


'/2 


Va x5 


2 




6 


1 


P/s 


Va" square 


1 


V/a x7 


5V2 


396 


9 


1 


V/b 


Vi" square 


1 


VA x7 


6Yi 




12 


1 


lya 


%" square 


1 


1 '/4 X 7 


8 



9" and smaller one dozen; larger sizes 
one-half dozen; in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



L.. 






>.® 



fMlishecl and platrnd 
393 wrougKf steel 



planished and pithed 
395 wrought steel 



i 



plani^ed and plated 
397 wrought steel 



number 


length of 
plote 

(inches) 


width of 
plate 

(inchss) 


lip 
extension 

(inches) 


bolt 


throw 
(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 

(plate) 


averoge 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


393 


6 
9 
12 


l'/4 

VA 
VA 


P/B 

P/s 
P/b 


Vi" square 
Vi" square 
Vi" square 


3/4 


Vb x8 

T/4 X 8 
1 Va X 8 


6 
8 
10 


395 


6 
9 
12 


1 
1 

1 


P/b 
P/b 
P/b 


Vi" round 
Vi" round 
Vl" round 


Va 


1 x6 
1 x6 
1 x6 


5 

6/2 

8 


397 


3 
4 
6 


Vn 

1 
1 


Vb 

"/,6 
"/l6 


Va" round 
Vie" round 
Vie" round 


V7 
V2 


3/4x5 

Va x5 

y4x5 


PA 

3 

4 



6" and smaller one dozen; larger sizes 
one-half dozen; in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



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8 



cremone bolts 



polished and finely finished 
Z77 I wroughf steel, brass knob 



polished and finety finished 
378 I wrought steel, brass handle 



polished and finely ftnished 



358-358 '/4 



369-369 '/4 



wrought brass 



wrought steel, 
brass knob 



ttrikst and applicaHoni 






11 




. 2 universal ttrik* 



I. 4 surfoc* ttiik* 



uses 377 and 378 for pairs of doors or casements with wide stiles operated from the inside • 358 and 369 
for pairs of doors or casements with narrow stiles • 358 '/4 and 36914 made for application with knob on outside 
and bolt on inside of door 



construction back plates under case and guides prevent rod from marring surfoce of the wood • guides ore 
designed to prevent marring of the rod when bolt is operated 

377-378 regularly furnished 8' high, but can be cut down on the job to suit conditions 

furnished on order with handle turning to the right • furnished 



378 as regularly made handle turns to the left 
with strikes 1, 2 and 3; no. 4 on order 



377, 378 

case SYa" X Wi" 

knob 2/2" X ll^" 

fength, handle 2%" 

projection (377} 1 %" 

projection (378) 2 '/a" 



rod s/g" half oval 

guides 1%" wide 

throw %" 

weight, each 3 '/a lbs. 



358-3581/4, 369-3691/4 
case 6" X 



'V16 

'V.6 



knob p/g" 

projection 1 yg" 

rod yg" half round 

guides '/2" wide 

throw 7/,/ 

weight, each 2 '/a lbs. 

finishes described on page 30 



one-twelfth dozen in a box with screws 

specify exact height of door or casement and distance from bottom to proposed center of knob or handle 

door thickness must be specified on 35814 and 35914 



[STANLEY] 



case bolts and 
transom catches 



H 



steel — planished and plated 



steel — japanned v^ith zinc plated 
boh and brass plated knob 




size, 

length 


width 
of case 
(inches) 


gauge 
of metal 


throw 
(inches) 


bolt 
(inches) 


strike. 


(inches) 




quantity 
ond size 
of wood 


average 
net weight 


(inches) 


surface 


flat 


ilbs.) 


3 

"4 
6 


1 ' '/IS 
2^/16 
2^/, 6 


.062 

.062 
.062 


l'/2 


V,6 X '/2 
Vl X Va 
Vl X Ya 


2 X Vi 

IVa X 1/4 
2y4 X l"/4 


2Vl6Xl 
2 5/16=^1 
2Vl6X 1 


'/I 6 

'/k 

'/;6 


8 — ye X 8 
8 — 1 X 10 
8 — 1 X 10 


6'/2 

13 

14 



3 one dozen; 4" and 6" one-half dozen; in a box with screvv 



finishes described on page 30 



transom catch 



steel — planished and plated I 1165 



f 



ring handle and bolt are made of one piece of stee! and of 
sufficient size for operating with a window pole • the spring 
is made of strong music wire 



furnished on order ' 
outward 



'ith bolt reversed for transoms opening 



(inches) 



of metal 
(cose) 



:al 



quantity 
of wood 



net weight 

(lbs.) 



no. 1 1 X 1 I I ,e .065 

no, 2 2x1 Vs .065 

one dozen in a box with screws 



1 y4 X '/2 1 ' 3/|6 X 1 y4 6 — y4 X 7 2'/2 

P/a X ys 1V,6 xP/s 6 — 1 x8 4'/2 

finishes described on page 30 




transom catch 



steel — planished and plated 1 1 66 




ring handle is of sufficient size for operating with a 
window pole • the spring is made of strong music 
wire 

not reversible 



universal strike 



surface stnke 



(inches) 


gauge 
of metal 
(case) 


diometer 
of ring 
inside 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


strikes 


(inches) 


quantity 
and size 
of wood 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

Obs.) 


surface 


universal 


2x2 


.095 


Va 


Vl 


2 X y4 


2 ' V32 X 1 Vb 


2 — 1 xlORH 
2 — 78 X 8 FH 


5-/2 



one-half dozen In a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 




406 


steel —pianished and plated, with screws 


1078 


steel —japonned with zinc plated bolf, 
without screws 


Scl078 


bright zinc piated or galvanized, 
with screws 


SclOZSVi 


and strike 1134, with screws 


1077 


brass —hright, with screws 







furnished on order with bolts 1077 and 1078, or 
separately 

no. 1 for sizes 2" and 2!/2" 

no. 2 for sizes 3" and 4" 
. no. 3 for sizes 5" and 6" 
when ordering strikes, specify class number and 
size; also class number of bolt with which to be used 




furnished on order with 1077 and 1078, or separately 
no. 1 for sizes 2" and 2 /a" 
no. 2 for sizes 3" and 4" 
no. 3 for sizes 5" and 6" 

when ordering strikes, specify class number and 
size; also class number of bolt with which to be used 



length 


plate 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


diameter 
of bolt 
(inches} 






strikes (inches 






quontily 

and siie 
of wood 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
1078 


average 
case 


(Inches) 


- 


rface 


1134 


H36 


weight 
(lbs.) 


2 


2'/«xl 


.055 


'/4 


1 


X % 


1 '/S X 1 


1V32 xVb 


6 


— ya X 4 


iy« 


?'> 


33 


2'/2 


2'/2Xl 


.058 


'/4 


1 


X 'A 


I'/axl 


1 3/32 X Vs 


6 


— Va X 4 


l'/2 


7S 


36 


3 


3 X 1 '/e 


.058 


V,6 


l'/8 


XI^B 


l'/4Xl3/,6 


l'V64X4 34^ 


7 


— y4 X 5 


2'/4 


?'> 


56 


4 


4 X 1 '/a 


.065 


V,6 


1/8 


xl/t 


l'/4xl3/,6 


l'V64X4 3^^ 


7 


- y4 X 5 


3 


7'^ 


72 


5 


5 xl5/,6 


.072 


2 3/64 


IVi€ 


xH/8 


l'/2Xiy8 


TV,6X% 


7 


- y4 X 7 


5'/4 


15 


73 


6 


6 xlV.6 


.072 


2V64 


IV,6 


xH/8 


1/2 XIH 


lll/i6Xy4 


9 


-y4x7 


6 


10 


57 V 



one dozen in a box; 1078 without screws; 
other numbers with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



sleel — planished and phied, with screws 


408 


steel — iapanned with zinc plated bait, without 
screws 


1084 


steel — iapanned with zinc plated bait, with screws 


Sc1084 


steel — iapanned with zinc plated bolt, and strike 
1134, with screws 


Scl084'/4 


steel — galvanized, with screws 


1335 


brass — bright, with screws 


1109 




furnished on order with bolt: 

separately 

no. 3 for sizes 3" and 4" 
no. 4 for sizes 5" and 6" 
no. 5 for size 8" for bolt 1084 

when ordering strikes, specify class number and 

size; also class number of bolt with which to be used 



furnished on order with bolts 1084 and 1109, or 

separately 

no. 3 for sizes 3" and 4" 
no. 4 for sizes 5" and 6" 
no. 5 for size 8" for bolt 1084 

when ordering strikes, specify class number and 

sire; also class number of bolt with which to be used 

1109 not mode in size 8" 



size, 

length 


plate 


gauge 
of 


diameter 




strikes (inches 




quantity 
and siie 


overage 

net weight 


dozen 


average 




(inches) 


metal 


(inches) ' 






of wood 


per dozen 


case 


weight 


















surfoce 


H34 


1136 


screws 


(lbs.) 




(lbs.) 


3 


3'/8 Xl5/,g 


.070 


2V64 


iViex lVi6 


1 '/2 X 1 1 1/32 


1"/.6X Ya 


7— Va X 6 


3'/2 


10 


34 


4 


4'/i6XlVl6 


.070 


2V64 


iViexlVie 


1^2x111/32 


1"/,6X 3/4 


7— Va X 6 


4'/4 


10 


41 


5 


4% xl'/2 


.077 


=^V64 


V/2 xl'/2 


l%xl5/,6 


1 'Vl6X 'Vl6 


7— 7/8x7 


6'/4 


5 


31 


6 


6 X 1 'A 


.077 


2V64 


V/l xP/2 


1 % X 1 Vl6 


1 'VieX 13/16 


9— % X 7 


73/4 


5 


37 


8 


8 xiy4 


.077 


2V64 


m X2 


23/8x1% 


2 ' V32 X 1 '/4 


9—1 x8 


15'/4 


3 


46 



5" and smaller one dozen; 6" one-half dozen; 

8' one-quarter dozen; in a box; 1084 without screws; 

other numbers with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



H 



12 



cellar window and 
window spring bolts 



405 


steel — planished and plated, with screws 


1076 


steel — japanned with zinc plated bolt, 
without screws 


Sc1076 


steel — fapanned with zinc plated holt or 
bright zinc plated, with screws 


Sc1076'/4 


steel — iapanned with zinc plated bolt or 

bright zinc plated and strike 

1134, with screws 


1073 


brass — bright, with screws 




•Mar window boll 




furnished on order with bolts 1073 and 1076, or 
separately 

no. 2 for sizes 2" and 2Vi" 

no. 3 for size 3" 

no. 4 for size S'/a" 
when ordering strikes, specify class number and 
size; also class number of bolt with which to be 
used 




1136 >trik« 

furnished on order with bolts 1073 and 1076, or 
separately 

no. 1 for size 2" 

no. 2 for size 2'/2" 

no. 3 for size 3" 

no. 4 for size 3 '/a" 
when ordering strikes, specify class number and 
sire; also class number of bolt with which to be used 



size, 
length 
of bolt 


plate 
(inches) 


gauge 
of 

metal 


diameter 
of bolt 
(irches) 




strikes 


iinche 


) 


quantity 
and size 
of wood 
screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
in a 
case 


average 
case 
weight 

(lbs.) 


(inches) 


sorfoce 


1134 


113d 


2 

2'/2 
3 
3'/2 


lVl6Xl3/8 
lVl6xP/2 
1% xll3/,6 
2Vs X2'/|6 


.058 
.058 
.065 
.072 


'»/fe4 
1 1/32 
3/8 
Vl6 


1 Vl6 X Vl6 
l'/2 x'/l 

2'/4 xVb 


l'/4X 

1 Va X 

l'/2X 
13/4X 


Vl6 
V.6 
3/8 

Vl6 


1V32 xy« 

1'^^4X'^3^ 
11 V|6X34 
i'VlGX l3/,6 


6 — 3/4x5 
6 — 3/4 X 6 
8 — 3/4x7 
8 — 3/4x7 


l'/4 

2 

3'/4 

4 'A 


25 

25 
25 
10 


31 
47 
67 

43 



one dozen in a box; 1076 without screws; other 
numbers with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



1697 



169714 



steel — bright zinc platmd 



brass — pfoin 



for windows and for stationary or hinged screens 

size 2y8" recommended for screens 

1697Vi made of brass with stainless steel spring 



C^ma^ 



window tpring bolt 



size, 
length 
of bolt 
(inches) 


length of 

case 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


diometer 
of hole 
to bore 
(inches) 


overage 

net weight 

per gross 

(lbs.) 


gross 
in a 
case 


average 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


2^/8 
3'/4 


V/2 




Va 


3'/2 

93/4 


5 

5 


19 
50 



size IVz", one-half gross; V/a", one-quarter gross; in a box 



[STANLEY] 



steel — faponned with gafvanizmd boit, without screws 



1112 



steel — galvanized, with screws 



1326 




size,* 

length 
of bolt 

(inches) 


plote 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


gauge 
of metal 


bolt 
(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


quontity 
ond size 
of wood 
screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


6 
8 
10 • 


6"/,exl3/4 

83/4 X 2 

1078 x2 


3 

378 

43/4 


.077 
.077 
.077 


74 X Va 
Va X 78 

74 xl 


37« X 13/4 
33/4 X 2 
472 X 2 


10 — 78 X 8- 
10 — 78 X 8 
10 — 78 X 8 


n 

15 
20 



one-half dozen in a box; 1112 without screws; 1326 with screws 



steel — japanned with galvanized bolt, without screws 



1114 
1118 





locking device holds bolt in locked potiHon 



size, 

length 
of bolt 
(inches) 


plate 

(inches) 


throw 

(inches) 


gauge 
of metol 


bolt 

(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


quontity 
ond size 
of wood 
screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


6 
8 

10 


5 X 1 3/4 

6 X 1 3/4 
73/4 X 2 


13/4 
23/8 
23/4 


.077 
.077 
.077 


Va X 3/4 

74 X 78 
74 Xl 


2/8 X 13/4 
278 X 13/4 
378 X 2 


10 — 78 x8 
10 — 78 x8 
10 — 78 x 8 


872 
12 

15 . 



one-half cJozen in a box without screws 



[STANLEY] 




ScllSO 



SellSl 



size, 

length 
of plate 

(inches) 



2 

2'/2 

3 

4 



steel — iapannrnd with zinc ptated isoh, with screws 



brass — bright, with screws 



width 
of plate 
(inches) 



V/a 



throw 
(inches) 



gauge 

Of 
metal 



.036 
.036 
.036 
.036 



one dozen in a box wtfh screws 



bolt 
(inches) 



V32 




strikes 
(inches) 


quantity 
and size 
of wood 
screws 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


Vb X Vn 

1 X 1 
1 X 1 
l'/8 xT/a 


6 — '/2 X 5 
6 - '/2 X 5 
8 — '/2 X 5 
8 — 1/2x6 


1 

2 



Scn52 



Sc1153 



steel — japanned with zinc piatmd bolt^ with screws 



brass — bright^ with screws 




size, 
length 
of plate 

(inches) 


width 
of plate 
(inches) 


throw 

(inches) 


gouge 

of 
metol 


bolt 
(inches) 


strikes 

(inches) 


quantity 
ond size 
of wood 
screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozer* 

(lbs.) 


2 


y» 


'/4 


.036 


V32 


1 X % 


6—1/2x5 


% 


2'/2 


1 


'/2 


.036 


'V64 


] X Vs 


6-1/2x5 


1 


3 


1 


«/l6 


.036 


1/4 


1 X Vs 


8 — 1/2 X 5 


11/4 


4 


VA 


Va 


.036 


V,6 


VA X 1/2 


8 — 1/2x6 


T 



one dozen in box with screws 



Sc1154 



Sc1155 



length of 

plate 
(inches! 



steel — japanned with zinc plated boft, with screws 



brass — bright, with screws 



21/2 

3 
4 



of plate 

(irtches) 



VA 



throw 
(inches) 



Vl6 



.036 
.036 
.036 



bolt 

(inches) 



V,6 
'/4 

V'l6 



offset 

(inches) 



1/4 

V32 



strikes 
(inches) 



VAx ii/,e 

VA X M/„ 
1 1/4 X Vi 



one dozen In a box with screws 




quantity 

and size of 

wood screws 

(plate) 



4 — '/2 X 5 
6 — V2X5 
6 — '/2 X 5 



average 

net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 



1/4 

2 



[STANLEY] 



^ 




steel — iapanned; bolt zinc platmdf 
without screws 



steel — t^'P^'^'^^d; bolt zinc plated, 
wff/i screws 



steel — galvanized, with screws 1336 




equipped with a heavy spring which 
holds the bolt in position 



(lbs.) 

26 

49 
57 
54 
54 



overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
case 


2'/2 


10 


5 


10 


6 


10 


11 


5 


17'/2 


3 


31 





6" and smaller one dozen; 8" one-half dozen; 10" one-quarter dozen; in a box; 1088 without screws; Scl088 ond 
1336 with screws 



steel — japanned; bolt zinc plated, 
without screws 




steel — galvanized, with screws 



equipped with a heavy spring which 
holds the bolt in position 



sue, 
length 
of piote 

(inches) 


width 
of plate 
(incKes) 


gauge 
of metal 


bolt 

(inches) 


offset 
(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


quantity 

and size of 

wood screws 

(plate) 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


4 
6 


VA 

W4 


.077 
.077 




Vi 

"/l6 


P/2 X 1 '/« 

2 xVA 


8 — 1 X 7 
10 — 1 x8 


5 
11 



one-half dozen in a box; 1102 without screws; 1332 with screws 



[STANLEY] 



J 




ongl* strik* 


surface ttriks 


fof deori 


for deert 


opaning out 


epvning in 



furnish*d with 
all numb«rt 



universal ttrik* 
for doors 
opening in 



D 



furnished wirh 
1054 



furnished with 
355-1055 



design of case for 
1055, sixe 10" 




brass — brighi 



uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings • can be used on doors opening in by reversing the bolt 
smaller sizes, in plated finishes, are for cabinets or double screen doors 



construclion made of wrought brass or steel • equipped with a strong music wire spring which throws the 
bolt outomatically when chain is released • chain is 24" long 

1054 the pivoted action of the bolt head permits exceptionally easy closing of the door • slotted screw holes in 

the case facilitates locating of bolt in proper relation to the strike 

355 not made in sizes 8" or 10" 

355 Vi made only in sizes 3", 4" and 6" 

chain bolts furnished in japanned finish have zinc plated bolts 



























dozen 


















strikes 




quantity and 


age net 


in a 


aver- 


number 


length 
of bolt 


case 

(inches) 


eter of 
bolt 


[inches) 






(inches) 




size of 
wood screws 


weight 
per 


1054- 


age 
case 














weight 




(ir>chei) 




(inches) 






angle 




jurfoce 


(plate) 


(Ibi) 


1055 


(lbs.) 


1054 


5V7 


4'/i x2 




% 


2 


X \Vt 


X hk 




4 — 1 X 8 RH 


10 Vl 


5 


54 






^Vl X 1 1/16 


IT- 


^i 


¥2 


xl'/. 


X ■'/."■ 


P/4 X '/, 


X '/l 


4— s^ X 4 


2'/4 


10 


24 






2 'A X 1 Vfe 


»^4t 


V2 


V* 


X V/7 


X '/* 


iMe X i',6 


X Vt 


4 — 3/4 X 6 


4 


10 


43 


1055- 




3% xP/j 


«4fi 


H 


v% 


X M/i 


X Mfi 


11^4 X % 


X >^,fi 


4 — 3/4 X 7 


7 


5 


36 


355 




4'/. xlH^^g 


Vfi 


*Mfi 


•Mf 


xlt1,4 


x% 


llS/j-gx 3/4 


X '^fi 


4— % X 7 


8 


5 


40 






415,-6x2 




^'^fi 


I'/s 


X I'S^ffi 


X '/z 


2 X 1 


Xl',6 


4 — 1 X 8 


12 'A 


5 


64 




8 


7 x223^ 




'*ifi 


T/s 


x2y4 


X Vi 


2l5,i'gx1'/. 


xl'/i 


4 — 1'/4 X 10 


22 


2 


46 




10 


9 x3H 


"^ 


Vt 


I'/i 


x2y4 


X Vl 


2V* xl'/4 


X P/4 


6 — l'/4 X 12 


32 


1 


34 



2" one dozen; 3" to 6" one-half dozen; 8" one-quarter 
dozen; 10" one-twelfth dozen; in a box with screws 



1054, 1055 furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc 
plated (K) finish; 355 in plated finishes described on 
page 30 



[STANLEY] 





356 



356 'A 



steel — japannmd or bn'gfrf 
zinc plated 



steel — planished and plated 



brass — hright 





D 


n) 

I 






i 



detign of cate for 



coneratB ilrike 



V 



1138 
nc plated, furniihed r«gu- 
irly with 10"* 6" and 8" 




1057 



steel — japanned or bright 
zinc plated 



steel — planished and plated 



uses for garages and industrial buildings • smaller sizes, in plated finishes, are for cabinets or double screen 
doors 

construction made of wrought brass or steel • operated by pressure of the foot on the cap and released by 
pressure on the trip 

1056 when released, the bolt Is retracted by a heavy music wire spring 

1057 the bolt need not be thrown to extreme position before it will hold, as it will hold in any position 

356 not made in sizes 8" or 10" 

356 '/i made only in sizes 3", 4" and 6" 

357 made only in size 6" 

foot bolts furnished in japanned finish have zinc plated bolts 





size. 




diometer 






quantity and 


average 




average 




I«ngth 


case 


of 


throw 


strike 


size of 


net weight 


. 


cose 


number 


of bolt 


(inches) 


bolt 


(inches) 


(inches) 


wood screws 


per doien 


_ "1° ^°^^ .- 


weight 




(irches) 




(inches) 






(plate) 


(lbs.) 


1056-1057 


(lbs.) 




2 


PA X 1 l/,6 


'V32 


ys 


P/2 X 5/8 


4 — yg X 4 


1 


10 


12 




3 


2 'A X P/a 


Vi 


'/2 


1 % X ' V16 


4— 3/4 X 6 


2'/2 


10 


27 


1056- 


4 


33/8 X P/2 


3 9/64 


1 


2'/4 xP/e 


4— 3/4 X 7 


5 


5 


25 


356 


5 


4 'A X 1 M/,g 


3 9/64 


1 


2'/4 xP/b 


4— 3/4 X 7 


6 


5 


30 




6 


5 X 2 


2 3/32 


1V32 


2 ' 3/32 X 1 Va 


4 — 1 X 8 


9 


5 


48 




8 


7 X 2% 


1 3/1 G 


l'/4 


IVa X p/2 


4 — 1/4 X 10 


17 


2 


35 




10 


9 X 33/8 


2^/32 


P/4 


23/8 x2 


6 — P/4X12 


31 


1 


33 


1057- 


6 


5 X 2 


2 3/32 


y* 


2 1 3/32 X 1 Va 


4 — 1 X 8 


9 


5 


46 


357 


8 


7 X 2% 


'3/, 6 


Vb 


23/4 xP/2 


4 — 11/4x10 


16^2 


3 


51 




10 


9 X 33/8 


2V32 


I'/s 


2H x2 


6 — l'/4xl2 


33 


1 


34 



2" one dozen; 3" to 6" one-half dozen; 8" one-quarter 
dozen; 10" one-twelfth dozen; in a box with screws 



1055-1056 furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc 
plated (K) finish; 356-357 in plated finishes de- 
scribed on page 30 



extra heavy spring bolt 



1050 



steel — iapanned; with boft zinc 
platmd, without screws 



uses for industrial buildings 

construction equipped with a tieavy spring which holds the bolt in posi- 
tion • the handle loop is 2" high ollowing orfiple space for the Fingers 



langth 
(inches) 


width 
of plate 

(inches) 


square 
bolt hegd 
(inchei) 


throw 
(inches) 


quantity 

and size of 

wood screws 

(plate) 


averoge 
net weight 
per doien 

(lbs.) 


8 


P/4 


Ya 


l'/4 


10 — 1 x9 


17 


12 


iy4 


% 


l'/4 


11—1x9 


21 


18 


p/4 


Va 


V/a 


12 — 1 x9 


28 


24 


PA 


¥a 


l'/4 


12 — 1 x9 


34 



one-quarter dozen in a box without screws; 8" and 12" with strike no. 1; 
larger sizes with no. 4; no. 2 on order 




1010 



steel — zinc plated bolt with [opanned guides 
and holt rests 



uses a strong, positive bolt for locking doors of garages and industrial for wood 
buildings; also for holding doors open 

construction the bolt drops by gravity when the handle is lifted out of W 

the bolt rest • the lip at the top prevents the bolt from slipping out of the 

'-'- ^ for 

guide • the throw is practically unlimited cenertte 



size, 
length 
(inches) 



12 
18 
24 



round 
bolt 

(inches) 



size of 
wood screw 



1'/4 x 12 

l'/4 X !2 

l'/4 Xl2 



overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 



16 
28 
34 



dozen 
in a 


averoge 
cose weight 

(lbs.) 


4 


66 


4 


122 


4 


147 



one-sixth dozen in a box with strikes and screws 




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steel — "without cylinder 



steel — with cyiinder and two k»ys 



10O0 



uses for doors opening outward • self-latching • operates in a three-fold 
capacity — a bolt, a latch and a lock 



construction made In standard size for doors /'I'/i" to 8'2" in height and 1%" 
to 2 '/a" in thickness • furnished on order for doors of any height, up to 3" in thickness 

the inside handle is large and has a comfortable grip • the mechanism is enclosed 
in a cose with no sharp corners to scratch the hands • when desired, handle on page 
1-4 can be substituted for the outside handle • handle regularly furnished 42' 
from bottom of door 

any standard moke of rim cylinder can be used • it is possible to master-key the 
locks on the house with the "kee bolt" so that one key can be used for both 

the bottom strike is adjustable by means of slotted screw holes, and not only holds 
the active door in place but acts as a stop for both doors 

two sturdy plates fastened to the inactive door acts as an astraga!, locking both doors 



operofion applied to the active door and operates on the outside like a thumb 
latch • a turn of the key locks or unlocks the mechanism, permitting the release of 
the bolt at top and bottom by simply pressing down on the thumb piece • operated 
from the inside by lifting the handle • locked by key from outside • always free 
to operate from the inside 



apptJed 

diameter 
of rod 
(inches} 


ocked pofili 

width 
of guides 
(inches) 


in 

bolt 

head 

(square) 

(inches) 


bottom strike 

and height 

of groove 

(inches) 


top 
strike 

(inches) 


outside 
handle, 

overoll 
(inches) 


inside 
handle, 
overall 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


projection 
of 

bolt head 
(inches) 


overage 

net weight 

per set 

(lbs.) 


% 


2 


'/l 


4 X 4 X '/i 


2% x2V» 


9y8 


713/16 


'/2 


3'/4 


8 



one set in a corrugated box with wood and lag screws furnished in zinc plated (K); japanned (KJ) or dead 

black (KJI) finishes 
specify class number, finish, height and thickness of door (on 1005 olso make of cylinder) 



^ 



1053 I steel — zinc p/ofecf^ japanmd or 
105314 dwd bhck finishas 



U$e$ for doors (opening outward) of garages and industrial buildings 

cottitructlon the operation of the bolt draws the door into place, even though 
warped • when bolt is in locked position handle drops to the side 

furnished on order for doors of any height 

1053 as regularly furnished the bolt is adjustable (at '^/\s" intervals) for doors 
7'9%" to B'l" in height, with the handle 48" from bottom of door 

reversible for right or left hand doors, up to 8' in height, by reversing top and 
bottom rods • for doors of greater height, specify hand 

1053 '/i as regularly furnished the bolt is for a left hand door and is adjustable 
(at 7/i6*' intervals) for doors 7'9" to 8' in height, with the handle 48" from the 
bottom of door • If to be used on right hand door, order should so state 



hand of door and fa 





boHom itrikft for 

wood floor! 

furnished only when 

erdorod 



•If 



boHom ilrike for 
concrete floors 



showing position of I. h. boll 
head for right hand door 




bo Horn itriko for 

wood floors 

furnished only when 



betfom stri 
concrefa fl 





1053 



10531/2 



locked position 

r. h, boll on 
left hand door 



length of handle 

(inches) 


diameter of rod 
{mchcs) 


width of guides 
(inches) 


overage net weight 

per complete bolt 

(tbi.) 


7 


Y» 


2'/8 


20 



one in a box with screws; 
rods wrapped separately 



furnished in zinc plated (K), japanned (KJ), or dead 
black (KJI) finishes 



specify class number, finish and height of door 



[STANLEY] 



steel — zinc plated, japanned or dead hfack finishes 



uses for right or left hand doors (opening in or out) of gorages and industrial buildings 



construction stock sizes for doors 7', 7'6" and 8' in height • there is an adjustment of 
6" upward at V4" intervals • furnished on order for doors of any height 

handle located 42" from bottom of door • furnished on order, at additional cost, with handle 
outside or with two handles, one inside and one outside • specify door thickness 

handle is made of brass; rods and bolt heads are steel, zinc plated 



a M 




-^ 



A.i|n > 



jocked positfon 



packed with strikes 2, 3 and 6 • nos. 1 and 5 on order 



(inches) 


length 

of 
handle 
[inchesi 


rods 

half 

oval 

( inches! 


bolt heads 

half 

oval 

(inches) 


top 

and bottOfTi 

guides 

(inches) 


center guides 
(inches) 


throw 

(up and down) 

(inches) 


(inches) 


average 

net weight 

per complete 

bolt 

(lbs.) 


12x3 


7 


^/bX V, 


% X 1 V2 


5V2 X 33/8 


2 1^,6X2 1 l/,6 


l'/2 


2'/2 


15 



one in a box with screws 
rods wrapped separately 



furnished in zinc plated (K), japanned (KJ), or dead 
block (KJI) finishes 



specify class number, finish and height of door 



[STAN LEY J 

® 



latches, pulls 
lifts and handles 


SECTION 

I 




pages 


thumb latches 


2 to 6 


gate latches 


7 


barn door latch 


8 


bar latches 


9 


drawer pulls 


10 


sash lifts 


10 


door pulls 


11 to 13 


flush door pulls 


14 


chest handles 


15 to 16 


case handles 


17 



I 



thumb latches 



1242 



1242'/2 



steel — japannedf dead black or plated finishes 



steel — japanned, dead black or pfated ftnishes; 
with reverse bevel box strike 




uses for interior doors of residences 
1242'/2 i> for closet doors or reverse bevel doors 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch bar is furnished v/ith a special flanged bushing which prevents 
the bar from binding, regardless of how tightly the screw is driven 

1242V2 furnished with a reverse bevel box strike which permits application of the hondle on the outside or room side 
of the door 

the thumb latches with a dead black finish ore first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between the 
metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust-resisting base — specify KJl 



of handle 
(inches) 



of grip 
(inches) 



mgth of latch bai 
(Inches) 



nrJ weigh* 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 



overage 
case weight 



6'/2 I 378 

one set in a box with screws 



4'/4 3'Vi6 7 5 37~ 

furnished in japanned (J), dead black (Jl) or (KJl), 
or plated finishes described on page 30 



steel — japanned or dead black finishes 



12481/2 



steel - 



- japanned or dead black finishes; 
with reverse bevel box strike 




uses for interior doors in residences 
1248 '/2 is for closet doors or reverse bevel doors 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch bar is fur- 
nished with a special flanged bushing which prevents the bar 
from binding, regardless of how tightly the screw is driven 
1248'/2 furnished with a reverse bevel box strike which permits application of the handle on the outside or room side 
of the door 

the thumb latches with a dead black finish ore first bonderized 
metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust-resisting base - 




I bonderizing forms a strong bond between the 
■ specify KJl 



of handle 
(inches) 



of grip 
(inchei) 



length of latch bat 
(inches) 



(lbs.) 



dozen in 



average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 



7'/4 4 

one set in a box with screws 



4'/4 



Vi6 9 5 48 

furnished in japanned (J) or dead black (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



[STAN LEY J 




steel — japanned, hright zinc plated, 
or galvanized 



steel — fapannei/ or dead black finish; 
with reverse bevel box strike 



1250 



1250y2 



uses for doors of residences, garages, barns, etc • see 
table for door thickness 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch bar is 
furnished with a special flanged bushing which prevents the 
bar from binding, regardless of how tightly the screw is driven 

1250 no. 1 furnished with locking stud 

1250'/2 made only in size no. 3 and is furnished with a reverse 
bevel box strike which permits application of the handle on 
the outside or room side of the door 











length of 


latch bar 


average 








length 
of handle 


for door 
thickness 


length 
of grip 


(inches) 


net weight 
per dozen 


dozen in 


□veroge 

case weight 












(inches) 


(Inches) 


(inches) 


1250 


1250y2 


(lbs.) 




(lbs.) 


no. 1 


5-/2 


Vs to 1 V4 


3'/4 


4 




5 


10 


50 


no. 2 


6Va 


Vb to 1 Va 


4 


4'/4 




5 


10 


52 


no. 3' 


7V2 


% to 1 78 


4 


5'/2 


3'Vl6 


872 


5 


45 


no. 4 


8% 


TA to 2% 


5 


5V2 




14 


3 


43 



one set in a box with screws 



1250 furnished in japanned (J) bright zinc (K) or 
galvanized (R) finishes • 1250'/2 furnished in 

japanned (J) or dead black (Jl) or (KJl) finishes 




steel — japanned, bright zinc plated 
or galvanized 



uses for doors of residences, garages, barns, etc • see 
table for door thickness 

construction mode of wrought steel • the latch bar is 
furnished with a special flanged bushing which prevents the 
bar from binding, regardless of how tightly the screw is driven 

strike and guide furnished with eyes through which padlock 
shackle may be placed • when door is closed, screws are 
concealed 



size 


length 
of hondle 
(inches) 


for door 

thickness 
(inches) 


length 
of grip 
(inches) 


length of 
latch bor 
(inches) 


average 

net weight 

per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in 


average 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 


63/4 
7'/2 

878 


Vb to 1 Va 
Va to 1 78 

1'/4 to 25/8 


4 
4 
5 


4'/4 
5'/2 
572 


6 
9 

14'/2 


10 
5 
3 


60 
46 
45 



one set in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) bright zinc (K) or galvanized 
(R) finishes 



[STANLEY] 




1244 



steei — dead hhck finish 



uses for garage doors from Ws" to 2'A" in thickness 

constrMClion made of wrought steel • the latch bolt Is drop-forged, spring is made 
of hard phosphor bronze • handle and thumb pieces are well formed and liberal in size 

type 1 consists of one handle, with thumb piece, one mortise latch and one escutcheon 

type 2 consists of two handles, with thumb pieces and a mortise latch 

type 3 consists of one handle, with thumb piece, latch bar trim and one escutcheon 

the latch bolt is equipped with ball bearings for easy operation 

the thumb latch is first zinc plated and bonderized • the bonderrzing forms a strong 
bond for the final dead block finish (KJl) 

handle is furnished with pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made 
nails • handle follows design of original pattern 

for pull to match, see page I- 1 3 

merfiie latch 
for lyp«( 1 




case 


3Va" X 2Vs" X Vb" 


front 


SYs" X 1 '74" flat 


hand 


reversible 


backset 


23/4" 


throw 


Va" 


strike 


1 Va" lip to center 




operation: types 1 and 2 • latch bolt is operated by thumb piece from either side 



handle 


length 
of grip 
(inches) 


quontity and size of wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per set 

(lbs.) 


(inches) 


pyramid head 
for handle 


round head 
for escutcheon 


flat head for 
front and strike 


105/8 X IVb 


4'/4 


4 — 1/4 Xl2 


2— '/2 xlO 


4 — 1/4x9 


2 



one set in o box with screws 



specify type number 



[STANLEY] 





sleel — japamwdf bright zinc p/ofecf, or 
dmad black finish 



1289 

12891/2 



ut«t no. 1 for resiciences and greenhouses, for doors }%" in fhickness 

no. 2 for garages and industrial buildings, for doors 1^" to IV*" in thickness 
no. 3 for garages and industrial buildings, for doors IVs" to 3" in thickness 

construction made of wrought steel • the latch is drop-forged, spring is made of 
hard phosphor bronze • handles and thumb pieces are well-formed and liberal in 
size, combining sturdy construction with graceful design • latch bolt is operated by thumb 
piece from either side 

1289'/2 nos. 2 and 3 latches have a 2%" backset 

the latch bolt is equipped with boll bearings for easy operation 

the thumb latches in dead black finish zinc are first plated and bondertzed • the 
bonderizing forms a strong bond for the final finish 



for pull to match see page 1-13 



no. 1 

case 3'/i''x2'/,6''x Vi" 

front 4 '/le" X r flat 

hand reversible 

backset 2 'A' 

throw Yi" 

strike ^^Az" ''P *0 center 



latch specifications 



nos. 2 and 3 



case 3'/4'' X 2H'' X 78" 

front 5/8*' X 1 'A" flat 

hand reversible 

backset 2'/4" (1289 'A — 2%") 

throw %" 

strike 1 Va " lip to center for no. 2 
Wi" for no. 3 





handl« 

overall 
(inches) 


length 
of grip 
(inches) 


quantity ond iiie 


of wood screws 


overage 

net weight 

per set 

(lbs.) 


size 


oval head 
for handle 


flat head for 
latch and strike 


no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 


7% X 2 

9y8 X 2y8 

93/8 X 2^/8 


43/8 

5'/« 
5'/s 


6 — 1 X 9 
6 — l'/4 xl2 
6 — l'/4 X 12 


4 — 1 X 9 
4 — 1 '/4 X 9 

4 — 1 '/4 X 9 


l'/2 
2'/2 
2'/2 



one set in a box with screws 



furnished bright zinc (K) japanned (KJ) or dead 
black (KJl) finishes 



when no size is specified on 1289, no. 2 will be furnished 



[STANLEY] 




1263 



steel — iapanned or 
dead black finish 



steel — iapanned, bright zinc 
or dead black finish 



1264 



steel — japanned or 
dead black finish 



uses for garage and industrial doors • 1252 and 1263 for doors I'/j" to 2Vi" in thickness • 1264 for doors 
1%*' to 214" in thickness and furnished on order (at additional cost) for doors up to 3" in thickness 

construction made of wrought steel • handles and thumb pieces are well formed and liberal in size • when 
doors are to be locked with a padlock, specify one pair padlock eyes 1245 no. 2 or 3, see page 1-8 

screw holes are made to toke carriage bolts or wood screws • carriage bolts furnished on order (at additional 
cost), specify thickness of door 

the thumb latches with a dead black finish are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond between the 
metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust-resisting base — specify KJl 

for pulls to match, see page 1-12 





length 


length 


length 


plate 


of 


of 




(inches) 


handle 


grip 


bar 
(inches) 




(inche;:) 


(inches) 




10% 


5 


6/4 


14'/2 X 2% 


10% 


5 


6'/4 


141/2 X 23/4 


ioy4 


5 


12 



and 



quantity and size of wood screws 



strike 
guide 



average 

net 

per 

(lbs.) 

30 
47 
80 



1252 
1263 
1264 



6 — 1/2 X 12 
6 — 1 'A X 12 
12 — 1 '/a xl2 



1—1% X T2 
1— 1% xl2 
1—1% xl2 



4 — l'/2 X 12 

4 — 1 'A X 12 

5 — 1'/2 xl2 



-1 X 10 
■1 X 10 



one set in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K), dead black 
(Jl) or (KJl) finishes 
carriage bolts furnished on order; when desired, state thickness of door 



[STANLEY] 



^ 




1261 applied 



1261 '/t applied 



uses for latching single acting gates, cellar doors and animal coops • self -latching; released by simply raising trip 
1261 strike on post for outswinging gates, on gate for inswinging gates • gate and post must be flush • 126T/2 
for outswinging gates 

construction mode of extra heavy wrought steel 
padlock eye provided for security • hole is provided in the trip for cord or wire release when required 



bote 

(incKes) 


length of 

latch bar 

(1261) 

(inches) 


(inches) 


gaug« of 

metal 


size of RH wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
o case 


case weight 
(lbs.) 


base 


latch bar 


iy4x2 


4'/2 


2 


.125 


1 x8 


VA xlO 


6 


10 


62 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



steel — bright zinc plated 




1) 



,^ 



univvrtal >trlk* 



surface strike 



uses for latching gates swinging in, out or both ways 
mounted on top of gate 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel with brass spring and brass rivet 



length, 
overall 
(inches) 


length 
of base 
(inches) 


width of 

bas« 
(inches) 


gauge of 
metal 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


6 


3y4 


1V.6 


.125 


VA xlO 


10 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



J 



I 



8 



barn door latch 
and padlock eyes 



1240 



steel — lapanned or galvanized 



uses for barn doors • adjustable for doors Ya" to 3" in thickness 



construction made of wrought steel • the bolt and spring are bright 
zinc plated,- handles, plates and strikes japanned or galvanized as specified 

handles are connected by a 14" pin • the strike is extra wide to allow for 
sagging of the doors 

furnished with one pair of padlock eyes for locking the door 




length 
of handles 


case 

finches) 


throw 
of bolt 
(inches) 


strike 

(inches) 


quantity and 

size of wood 

screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a cose 


average 

weight 

(lbs.) 


4% 


5 X 2y4 


■Vie 


3x17. 


18 — 78 X to 


21 


2'/2 


54 



one set in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or galvanized (R) Finishes 



1245 



steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



uses applied in pairs, being attached to the edge of the door and jomb 

when doors are closed the screws are concealed and the padlock shackle can be slipped 
through both eyes 



construction made of wrought steel 









size 


overall size 
(inches) 




(inches) 




gauge 

of 
metol 


quantity and 

size of wood 

screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 




a 


b 


c 


no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 


1 yB X 1 v.6 

2'/8 X 178 
2y4x23/j6 


V,6 
'V.6 
1 


V.6 

y« 


' v.6 


.095 
.109 
.134 


3 — y4 X 7 
3— 78x10 
3 — 1 X 12 


2'/4 

4 



one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished ki japanned (J) or bright zinc (K) finishes 



[STANLEY] 



w 




1 



steel — planished and ptated 450 






2 X yg i'v.6x % 

one dozen in o box with screws 



(inches) 



made of wrought steel 



average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



V» x5 
Va x7 



50 
50 



average case weight 

^(Ibs.) 



44 
83 



finishes described on page 30 




mode of wrought steel 



size of 
wood Krews 



steel — japannmd 



overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



average case 
weight (lbs.) 



3^X '/2 2y8Xl'/4 

one dozen in a box with screws 



3/4x7 



3'/2 



25 




steel — japanned or bright zinc plated I 1 1 25 



made of wrought steel 



average 

per dozen 
(lbs.) 






weight 

(lbs.) 



5xl'/« 3xl'/2 3'/2Xl'/4 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



Vs x 8 10 5 50 

furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc (K) finishes 




steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



made of wrought steel 



size of 
wood screws 



averoge 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 



dozen in 
o cose 



weight 
(lbs.) 



6y4xl'/8 3xT/2 3'/2Xl'/2 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



78x8 ll'/2 5 59 

furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc (K) finishes 



[STANLEY] 



10 



drawer pull 
and sash lift 



470 



steel — 



planished and plated 






made of wrought steel 

for other types of drawer pulls see poges D-8 to D-11 



size 
(inches) 


size of OH 
wood screws 


average ne» weight 
per gross (lbs.) 


gross in 
o case 


average case weight 
(lbs.) 


3"/l6XlVr6 


5/8x6 


n 


5 


55 



one-quarter gross in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



486 



steel — 



planished and looted 



made of wrought steel 

for screen lifts see page J-6 



\ 






plate 
(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per gross (lbs.) 


gross in 
a case 


averoge case weight 

(lbs.) 


154X l3/,6 


YaxS 


6 


12/2 


76 



one- quarter gross in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 





steel — iapanttBd, dead black or plated finishes 



brass — finety ^nished 



made of wrought steel or brass 



482 



482 '/4 



size 


overoll size 
(inches) 


length of 

grip 
(inches) 


quantity and 
wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


averoge 
CQse 
weight 
(lbs.) 




482 


no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 
no. 4 


5 X 1 '/4 

53/4 X I'A 
6 'A X 1 3/4 
Zya X 2'/4 


3% 

4 
41/2 

5Vi6 


4— 3/4 X 7 
4— y4x 8 
4 — 1 X 9 
4 — l'/4 xl2 


P/2 
2 
3 
6'/4 


6 

6 
6 
6 


10 
13 
19 
38 



nos. 1, 2 and 3 one dozen, no. 4 one-half 
dozen; in a box with screws 



482 furnished in japanned (J), dead black 

(Jl) or plated finishes 

48214 in plated finishes, see page 30 



sfeel — iapanned, dead black or plated finishes I 1 257 



made of wrought steel 



size 


overall size 

(inches) 


length of 

grip 
(inches) 


quontity and 

size of 
wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

cose 
weight 

(lbs.) 


no. 1 


5V» X 15/, 6 


3 'A 


2— 3/4 X 7 


1 


20 


17 


no. 2 


61/2 X 1 V16 


4 


2 — 78 X 8 


l'/2 


20 


31 


no. 3 


7'/2X 1"/|6 


41/8 


4 — 1 X 9 


3 


10 


31 


no. 4 


9 x2'/,6 


4% 


4 — 1'/4 xl2 


5/2 


6 


34 



nos. 1, 2 and 3 one dozen, no. 4 one-half 
dozen; in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), dead black (Jl) or 
plated finishes, see page 30 



tSTANLEY] 



1265 



steel — iapanned or dead hhck ftnith 



uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings 

construction made of wrought steel • handle is well formed and liberal in size 

pulls with a dead black fmish are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust- resisting base — specify KJl 

for thumb latch set to match, see page 1-6 



overall size 
(inches) 


length of grip 
(inchesl 


quontity and size 
of wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


10% X 2Vi 


5 


6 — l'/2 )cl2 


11 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



furnished in [apanned (J) or dead black (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



1 266 I steel — japanned or dead black fmkh 



uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings 



construction made of wrought steel • handle is well formed end liberal in size 

screw holes are made to take carriage bolts or wood screws • carriage bolts furnished 
on order (additional cost), specify thickness of door 

pulls with a dead black finish are first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust-resisting base — specify KJl 

for thumb latch set to match, see page 1-6 



plate, overoll 
(indies) 


length of grip 
(inches) 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


weigKt per dozen 
(lbs.) 


14/2 X 2% 


5 


6 — l'/2 Xl2 


26 



one-sixth dozen In a box with screws 



furnished in [apanned (J) or dead block (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



door pulls 


I 


13 


steel — dead bhck fml$h 1 275 



uses for doors of garages 



construction made of wrought steel • handle is well formed and liberal in size 

furnished wifh pyramid head screws which give the appearance of hand-made nails • 
handle follows design of original pattern 

the pull is first zinc plated and bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond for 
the final finish 

for thumb latch set to match, see page 1-4 



(inches) 



length of grip 

(inches) 



quantity and size of 
pyramid Keod wood screws 



averoge net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



. ioy« xiys 

one-half dozen in a box with screws 



4% 



4 — 11^x12 8 

furnished in dead black (KJl) finish 




steel — japanned or dead black fini^ 1279 



uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings 

construction made of wrought steel • handle is well formed and liberal in size 
pulls with a dead black finish ore first bonderized • bonderizing forms a strong bond 
between the metal and final finish — specify Jl • with a rust- resisting base — specify 
KJl 

for thumb latch set to match, see page 1-5 



overall size 
(inches) 




iengfh of grip 
(inchej) 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


9% X 2% 

one-half dozen in a box w 


ith screws 


5'/« 


3 — l'/4 xt2 

furnished in japanned (J) o 
finishes 


6 

r dead black (Jl) or (KJl) 






[STANLEY] 





1270 



steel — iapanned finish 



cast iron — 
iapanned fmi$h 




1273 



steel — japanned finish 



for sliding doors of gdrages, barns and industrial buildings 



number 


face 

plate 
(inches) 


cup 

size 
(inches) 


depth 
of cup 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
in a 
ca»e 


average 
cose 

libs.) 


1270 no. 1 


6'/2 X 4 


4 xl'/4 


1 


VA Xl2 


11 


2 


24 


no. 2 


6'/2 X 4 


4 X 1 '/4 


V/2 


VAxU 


IPA 


2 


25 


1271 


6Vi X PA 


3% X 1 


IV.6 


I'A xl2 


7 


5 


38 


1273 


3 X 3 




V,6 


1 x 8 


31/2 




... 



1271 and 1273 one-half dozen,- 1270 one only; in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 




steel — japanned, bright zinc, galvanized 
or plated Pmi$hes 



1205 



uses for chests or boxes where a sturdy handle is required 



construction made of wrought steel • vertical corrugations rein- 
force the stop • a strong, heavy duty handle with large roomy boil 
allows for a firm, comfortable grip 

screws can be driven on all sizes without raising the bail 



,i« 


plate 
(inche») 


width of 

bail inside 

(inches) 


gauge 
of 

metal 


(inches) 


quantity ond 

iize Of 
wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen 

pairs 


overage 

weight 
(lbs.) 


no. 2 


2'/> X P/i 


2 


.055 


V32 


3 — ys X 5 


3 






no. 2% 


2"/,6x2 


23/4 


.058 


Va 


3 — % X 6 


5 






no. 2V4 


33/8 X 2y4 


3y. 


.058 


V16 


4 — Yax 8 


9 


6 


56 


no. 3/2 


3y. x2'V,6 


35/8 


.065 


' '/32 


4— 7a X 10 


10 


5 


58 


no. 4 


4'/,6 x3 


4'/« 


.072 


ys 


4— Va xlO 


15 


3 


48 


no. 43/4 


4% X 4V.G 


4Vt 


.083 


V16 


5 — 1 X 12 


25 


2 


50 



no. 2 one dozen pairs; nos. 2% to 3 '/a one-half dozen 
pairs; larger sizes one-quarter dozen pairs; in a box 
with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K) galvanized 
(R) or plated finishes, see page 30 




steel — plain or japanned finish I 1 207 



uses for chests or boxes having a surface for applying only a narrow 
plate 

construction made of wrought steel • corrugations reinforce the 
stop • a narrow plate with a large bail allows for a firm comfortable 
grip 



plote 

1 inches! 


width of 

boil inside 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


wire 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 


average 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


3Vl6Xiy4 


33/8 


.072 


V16 


78x8 


9 


6 


54 



one-quarter dozen pairs in a box; plain steel without furnished in plain steel (PS) or japanned (J) finishes 

screws, japanned with screws 



[STANLEY} 



J 




steel — iapanned, bright xmc pfaf«(f 
or plated finisJies 



uses for chests, boxes, etc 

construction made of wrought steel • vertical corrugations reinforce 
the stop • the tubular grip is comfortable and allows ample clearance for 
the knuckles • screws can be driven with handle lying flot 




plate 
(rnches) 


width of 

bail inside 
(inches) 


gauge of 
mefal 


wire 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net 
weight per 
dozen poirs 

(lbs.) 


3'/b X 3 


378 


.084 


V,6 


Vb X 10 


15 



one-quarter dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished In japanned (J), bright zinc (K) or plated 
finishes, see page 30 



1226 



steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



uses for chests, boxes, etc 

construction made of wrought steel • a sturdy, heavy duty flush 
type handle with large roomy bail allows for a firm comfortable grip 

bail lies flat and out of the way when not in use with no portion 
projecting 




plate 

(inches) 


width of 

bail inside 

(inches) 


gauge 
of 

metal 


wire 
(inches) 


depth of 

mortise 
(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen 
pairs in 


overage 
cose 

weight 
(lbs.) 


5'/4 X 4'/4 


IVa 


.072 


ya 


Vi 


Vb X 10 


20 


2 


42 



one-quarter dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc (K) finishes 



[STANLEY] 




steel — iapanned, hright zinc 
or plated finishms 



uses the smooth finished appearance makes this handle very 
satisfactory for cases and chests 

construction made of wrought steel • the tubular grip is 
comfortable in the hand • handle is formed to allow ample clear- 
ance for the knuckles 

easily applied, as all screws can be driven with handle lying flat 



plat« 
(inchet) 


width of 

boil, injide 

(inchesj 


gouge of 
metal 


wire 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net 
weight per 
dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


5K2Vt 


33/4 


.062 


V.6 


l'/4 xlO 


15 



one-quarter dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K) or plated 
finishes, see page 30 




steel — iapanned^ bright zrnc 
or plated finishes 



1219 



uses for cases and chests 

construction made of wrought steel • the handle is excep- 
tionally strong, durable and comfortable • formed to allow omple 
clearance for the knuckles 

easily applied, as all screws can be driven with handle lying flat 



plate 
(inches! 


widtK of 

bail, inside 

(inches) 


gouge of 
metal 

(plote) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in a cose 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


5'/2 X 27/,6 


378 


.042 


1 xlO 


10 


5 


54 



one-quarter dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K) or plated 
finishes, see page 30 



[STANLEY] 



J 



\l 



k 







screen and storm 


SECTION 

J 


sash hardware 




pages 


screen and window fasteners 


2 


screen braces and couplings 


3 


screen door guards 


4 


screen door braces 


5 


screen lifts and pulls 


6 


screen door catch 


7 


screen and storm door latches 


8 


heavy screen door spring hinges 


9 


screen door spring hinges 


10 to 1 1 


screen door hinges 


12 


screen door sets 


13 to 15 


screen hangers 


16 to 18 


storm sash hangers 


19 to 21 


storm sash adjusters 


22 to 23 



V/2 



steel — japanned or bright zinc ptafed 






Uies for locking screens 
applied fo the side or bottom of the screen • con be applied on a strip as narrow as I'A" 



construction made of wrought steel 



length 
(inches) 


projection 
finches) 


size of wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per gross 

(lbs.) 


gross in 
a case 


average 


flol head 


round head 


case weight 
(lbs.) 


21/8 


% 


5/8 X6 


% X 8 


6/4 


5 


33 



one in an envelope with screws; two dozen in a bojt 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finish 



1763 
1766 



steel — (apatined or bright zinc pfatmd 



strikes 



for sasK 
opening in 




1763 

fastener with 

rim strike 



for sash 
opening in or out 



1766 
fastener with 
universal strike 




uses for locking cellar windows, storm sash, etc 
the cam action fastener with a large loop handle performs two functions; (1) in locking, it pulls the window tightly 
against the stops; (2) forces open a sash which sticks by turning the handle beyond center to the left 



construction mode of wrought steel 
a friction washer holds the com in proper position 



length 
(inches) 


projection 
(inches) 


siie of wood screws 




average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


2/2 

one in an envelope with sc 
one dozen in a box 


1 '/I6 
rews; 


Va X 7 

furnished in japanned 
finish 


(J) 


2 
r bright zinc plated (K) 


CSTANLEYj 

® 





^ 



screen braces and couplings 




steel — iapannsd or bright zinc plated 
four clipped together, without screws 




steel — (opanned or bright zinc pittted 
four clipped together, without screws 



27 



uses for reinforcing screens • no. 27 is especially for use on screens with metal channels 

construction made of wrought steel • flanges on the sides square the corners and brace the joints • braces 

ore easily applied and prolong the life of the screen 

a set consists of four bracefs 

for braces with screws, see CD27 and CD29 on page N-5 



number 


length of sides 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


averoge net 

weight per 

gross sets 

(Ibs.J 


gross sets 
in a case 


average 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


27 

29 


2'/2 
3'/4 


1 

1V.6 


5/8x6 


21 
41 


2 

1 


44 
43 



29 one dozen sets; 27 two dozen sets; in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc (K) finishes 




steel — iapanned or bright zinc plated I 1 5 




steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



16 



uses for holding sectional screens together 

construction mode of wrought steel 
the slight projection at the top and bottom are to allow tapping with a hammer to engage or disengage the screens 
the small hole in the corner is used to fasten coupling to screen when in storage 



number 


length 
of sides 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


overage 
net weight 
per gross 

(lbs.) 


gross in 
a case 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


15 
16 


I'A 
2% 


VA 
VA 


3/4X7 

% X 7 


8 'A 

6'/2 


5 
10 


45 

67 



one dozen in o box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc {K) finishes 



[Stanley!) 



J 



1736 iieel — bright zinc plated 



uses guards mounted on the door protect ttie wire 
cloth, reinforce the door and serve as a push bar 



construction made of wrought steel, in two pieces of 
strong u-shaped construction 



adjustable from 21" to 32" 




(UBflstltd appllcarlen 



length 

closed 
(inches) 



21 



pro [act ion 

(inches) 



Va 



gouge of 
metal 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



size of RH 
wood screws 



Va x7 



average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 



ll'/2 



dozen in 
case 



average 
case weight 

(lbs.) 



1737 



17371/4 



steel — ioponned, bright zinc plated 
or sprayed brass finish 



brass — finely finished 



uses guards mounted on the door protect the wire 
cloth, reinforce the door and serve as a push bar 



construction made of wrought steel or brass of strong 
U-shaped construction 



adjustable from 24" to 36" 




tuggetted application 



length 
closed 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


projection 

(inches) 


gauge of metal 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 




center 
port 


end 
parts 


case weight 

(lbs.) 


24 


1 


% 


.049 


.058 


Va x7 


15 


4 


62 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



1737 japanned (J), bright zinc plated (K) or sprayed 

brass (BR) finishes 

1737% finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



steel — brigh zinc plated 



1738 





imiiif! 


■■■i^HrT-r 




^^^^H *A 



uses for taking up the sag in a screen or storm door 
applied on the inside of the door 

construciion the steel rod is zinc plated with solid brass adjusting 
screw • »he serrated end makes a firm contact 
easily adjusted with a screw driver 



length 
over<Jll 
(Inches) 


diameter 
of rod 
(inches) 


adjustment 

(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


average 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


21 


'/4 


% 


% x7 


33/4 


6 


24 



one-half dozen in a box with screws 



steel — bright zinc plated 



1739 



uses for taking up the sag in a screen or storm door • applied on the 
inside of the door 




construction the steel rods are zinc plated • the serrated ends make 
a firm contact 

equipped with a solid brass turnbuckle • the desired tension can be secured 
either by inserting a nail in the hole or using a wrench or pliers 

offset ends on rods provide clearance permitting turnbuckle to turn freely 



length 
overall 

(inches) 


diomefer 
of rod 

(inches) 


adjustment 
(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


overage 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


42 


'A 


Wa 


3/4x8 


6 


6 


39 



one dozen in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



J 



51 



Se51 



screen lifts 
screen door pulls 



steel — /apanneof, without screws 



steel — fapannedf with screw$ 



465 '/4 



lengrh 

(inches) 



width 
(inches) 






steel — /oponnec/ or plated finishes 



brass — pitted finishes 



size of 
wood screws 



overage net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



51-Sc51 
465-4651/4 



ay* 

3/2 



fhree dozen in a box; 51 without screws, 
other numbers with screws 



V.6 



Vs X 6 RH Va 

% X 5 FH Vt 

finishes described on page 30 



steel — dull hrcas or 
brigla nickel fmi$h 



479 
477 



steel — foponnedf, zinc 
plated or plated finishes 



brass — plated fini^s 



1258 



steel — japanned, zinc 
plated or plated finises 



number 


length 
(inches) 


width 
at ends 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average 
net weight 
per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

cose weight 

(Ibi.) 


464 

477- 479 

1258 


35/8 

AVa 


V2 

Vs 


Vs X 7 RH 
VAx6fH 
% X 7 FH 


ys 


24 
24 


16 

15 



477 one dozen; other numbers three dozen; 
in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



1^ 



^ 




steel — f'qpanned or bright zinc plated I 210 



"snappy catch" 




ut«s for holding screen and storm doors shuf; otso for a broom or paper holder 
construction made of wrought steel 

the door in closing strikes the inside rubber roller, which acts as a trigger, releasing the sturdy spring; the outer 
rubber roller catches the door, closes it and holds it shut 

all working parts ore enclosed and there are no rough edges to catch the clothing • the rubber rollers revolve 
freely • the catch has a smooth finished appearance 



tiz« of RH 
wood screws 


averoge n«l weight 
per gross (lbs.) 


gross in 
o cose 


average case weight 
(lbs.) 


¥4 X 7 


23 


1 


25 



one dozen in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finish 



[STANLEY] 



J 



1280 



steel — planished and plated 



1280y2 



brgss — finely finished 





exterior view applied 



uses for screen, storm or combination doors from Va" to iVa" in thickness 



construction made of wrought brass or steel 
simple to install by boring a 1" hole in the door style • no mortising necessary 

latch operates with an easy, positive, push-pull action • to open door, push inside handle or pull outside handle 
equipped with an easily operated safety lock • lock operates on push side only 
self-latching • free acting latch bolt permits latching under minimum pressure 



length 


quantity and »ize of wood screws 


overage 
net weight 
per doien 

(lbs.) 


dozen 

in a 


overage 
case v^ight 


OH 

(escutcheons) 


RH 
(strike) 


(lbs.) 


1280 T280'/i 


2/2 

I one in a box with 


4 — y. X 8 

screws 


2 — 78 X 8 


6 


\ 

finishes de 


8'/2 9'/2 

scribed on poge 30 


[STANLEY] 




Rev. 52-2 



^ 




ad|uitabl« ttntien 




152 



152% 



foit pin 



steel — planished and pfatud 



brass — finely finished, 
with hrasi pin 





~ • 


% 


K 




m 


m 


^^ 


e. 



154 



1541/4 



steel — planished and plated 



brass — finely finished, 
with hrass pin 



uses for screen doors of residences, store entronces, etc 



construction made of wrought steel or brass toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

the barrel and one leaf of the hinge are made in one piece, adding strength and durability 

the spring is made of the best tempered steel wire of ample proportions, permitting tension adjustment sufficient 
for the heaviest requirements • the tension can be regulated to close the door quickly or slowly 

constructed so as to provide two vertical bearings to sustain the weight of the door, no matter whether applied on 
a right or left hand door 



for complete screen door sets see page J-13 
152-1521/4 



length 
of 
joint 

(inchei) 



of each 

leaf 
(inctles) 



size of 
wood 
screws 



ly. 



one pair in a box with screws 



average 

net 
weight 

per 100 
pairs 

(ibi.) 



123 



pairs 
in o 
case 



cose 
weight 

(lbs.) 



32 



154-1 54 1/4 



size 
open 
(inches} 



3 )^ 3 



gouge 

of 
metal 



.083 



size of 
wood 
screws 



average 
net 

weight 

per 100 

pairs 

(lbs.} 



overage 

case 
weight 
(lbs.) 



119 



finishes described on page 30 



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J 



ad|wstabl* l«nilen 




2152 



steel — t°P<'^'*^^ or plated finisfiei 




2154 



steel — japaniwd or platmd finishes 



Utei for screen doors of residences 

construction made of wroughf steel, toughened and hardened by cold roiling 
the barrel and one leaf of the hinge are made in one piece, adding strength and durability 
the tension of the spring can be regulated to close the door quickly or slowly 
for complete screen door sets see page J-13 



2152 

length 

of 

joint 

(inches! 


width of 

jamb leof 

(inches) 


iiie of 
wood 
screws 


overoge 
net weight 

per 100 
pairs (lbs.) 


pairs 
in o 
<;ase 


average 
cose 
weight 

(fbs.) 


2154 

size 
open 

(inches) 


size of 
wood 
screws 


average 

net weight 

per 100 
pairs (lbs.) 


pairs 
cose 


averoge 
case 
weight 

(lbs.) 


23/4 


1V,6 


y* X 7 


74 


72 


55 


2^/4 X 23/4 


¥4 X 7 


70 


72 


52 



one pair in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



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h^<S^ 



full turf ac* ipring hins*> 




steel — /apannedt bright zinc 
or dull brass pfofed 




steel — japannBd, bright zinc 
or dull brass plated 



159 



uses for screen doors of residences 
for screen door sets, see page J- 14 

construction made of wrought steel 

the springs are enclosed in barrels of attractive proportions • the barrels are of substantial construction and are 
a port of one of the hinge leaves 



»ize.open 
(inchei) 


lize of 
wood icrewi 


□veroge net weight 
per doien pain (tbj.) 


dozen pain 
in a case 


average cose 
weight (lbs.) 


3 X 2'/2 


Va x8 


6'/4 


6 


40 



one-half dozen pairs in a box; japanned without 
screws; other finishes with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), bright line (K) or dull 
brass (F} finishes 



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J 



steel — japannrndf bright zinc ptat«d 
or plated finishes 



made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling • 
size 3" X 2%" made with one leaf countersunk on both sides, per- 
mitting appHcation of either full surface, half surface and doors 
thicker or thinner than jamb 

size 2^2" X 25/16" has three knuckles 
foe screen door sets, see page J- 15 
for brass or bronze mortise screen door hinges, see page B-5 



- 

i 





r 

■ © 





vG ; 






size, open 
(mchas) 


gauge of 

metal 


quantity and 

siie of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

dozen poirs (lbs.) 


dozen pain 


overage case 
weight (lbs.) 


2'/2 X 25/ 6 

3 X 2Va 


.082 
.092 


6 — % X 8 
6-3/4x8 


5'/4 
7/2 


6 
6 


32 
48 



one-quarter dozen pairs l 
a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), zinc plated (K) or plated 
finishes described on page 30 



not swaged 
1755 



STS 1755 1/2 



STSD1755y2 



steel — bright zinc plated or 
dull brass finish 



stainless steel — bright 



stainless steel — satin 



swaged 
1756 



STS 17561/2 



STSD 17561/2 



steel — bright zinc plated or 
dull brass finish 



stainless stee! — bright 



stainless steel — sof in 




lootc ptn 



made of wrought steel or wrought stainless steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

1755, STS1755'/2 and STSD1755'/2 are not swaged and can be used for full surface or half surface application 
(see illustrations above) 

1756, STS1756'/2 and STSD1756'/2 are swaged for full mortise application 



size, open 

(inchesi 


gauge of 
metal 


quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 
dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in o case 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


3 X 23/4 


.074 


6 — % ^ 8 


6'/4 


6 


41 



one pair in an envelope with screws; 
one dozen pairs in a box 



steel furnished in bright zinc plated (K) 
or dull brass (F) finishes 



[^ 



half tiifface — fati pin 




^llpw**"**"**"^^ 



steel — phm$h«d and plated 1 1 62 

a set consists of: one pair of spring hinges 
one door pull AVa" 
one hook and eye IVi" 



lergth ^ 
of joint 
(incKet) 


width of 

each leaf 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


averags 
natwsight 

per set 
(lbs.) 


3 
one set in o 


box with screws 


¥4x8 


VA 



screen door sets 
adjustable tension 



13 



full turfaee — ta%t pin 



a set consists of: one pair of spring hinges 
one door pull 4%" 
one hook ond eye IVi" 




size open 

(inches) 



3x3 



size of 
wood screws 



3/4x8 I m 

finishes described on poge 30 



averoge 

net weight 

per set 



half surface — loots pin 




full surfeca — loose pin 




steel — japanned or 


plated 


fmithes 


1172 


steel — 


iapanned or plated finishes 


1174 


a set consists of: 


one pair of spring hinges 
one door pull 4%" 
one hook and eye 2'/2" 


a set consists of: one 
one 
one 


pair of spring hinges 
door pull 434" 
hook ond eye 2 'A" 


length 
of [Oint 
(inches) 


width of 
each lea 
(inches) 


f 


siz< 
wood 


of 
screws 


sets in 
a case 


average case 

weight (lbs.) 


size open 
(inches) 




size 
wood 


of 


sets in 
a case 


overage cose 
weight (lbs.) 


23/4 


l^/,6 




% 


x7 


72 


74 


23/4 X 23/4 




3/4 


x7 


72 


74 


one set in a box > 


^^ith screws 






finishes described on page 30 


Rev. 52-2 






















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J 


screen door sets 


14 


11EA stee! — /aponnec/, bright zinc or dull 
''*« bronze pfofed 



a set consists of: 
one pair of spring hinges 
one door pull 4%" 
one hook and eye 2!/2" 



hinges furnished separately under class number 
158, see page J-1 1 




size open 
(inches) 



3 X 2'/2 



one set in a box with screws 



size of 

wood screws 



% x8 



overoge net weight 
per dozen sets (lbs.) 



73/4 



dozen sets 
in a case 



overage case 
weight (lias.) 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (k) or dull 
brass (F) finishes 



Ilea I **®®' — iapanned, bright zinc or dull 
'^^^ I bronze p/oted 



full turfa<« — loo>« pin 



a set consists of: 
one pair of spring hinges 
one door pull 4%" 
one hook and eye iVi" 



hinges furnished separately under class number 
159, see page J-11 




size open 
(inches) 



size of 
wood screws 



3x2'/2 3/4x8 

one set in a box with screws 



average net weight 
per doz«n sets <lbs.) 



8 '74 



dozen sets 
in o cose 



average case 
weight (lbs,) 



51 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K) or dull 
brass (F) finishes 



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i^ 



^ 



screen door sets 
full surface 



15 




steel — japanned, bright zinc or dull hras% finish 



steel — japanned, bright zinc or dull brass finish 



than jamb 

a set consists of: 

one pair of hinges 3" x 2%" 

one door pull 4%" 

one hook and eye IVi" 

one coil spring no. 5 (for set 1749) 

one coil spring no. 3 (for set 1750) 



1749 





w-^- 


hinges furnished separately 


under class number 1751, 






see page J- 12 


$ize of 
vrood screwi 


average net weight 
per dozen sets (lbs.) 




dozen sets 

in a COJe 


average cose weight 
(lbs.) 


%xB 


11 '/2 




^ 


70 


one set !n a box with screws 






furnished in japanned 


J), bright zinc (K) or dull 



brass (R) finishes 




steel — japanned, br/gfrf zinc or dull brass finish I 1752 



set consists of: 

one pair of hinges IVi" x 2Vi" 

one door pull 4%" 

one hook and eye 2 '/a" 

one coil spring no. 2 

hinges furnished seporatety under class number 1751, 
see page J-12 



size of 
wood screwt 



average net weigttt 
per dozen sets (lbs.) 



dozen sets 
in a cose 



average case weight 
(lbs.) 



H x8 
one set in a box with screws 



S'/i 



52 



furnished in japanned (J), bright zinc (K) or dull 
brass (F) finishes 



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16 



screen hangers 
for full length screens 



1 PJ [ steel — iapanned 



i: 







nails are furnished for attaching angle of hanger to edge of screen • flat head screws ore furnished for face of 
hanger and round head screws for hook 



eye 
(inche,) 


hook 
(mchei) 


siz« of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

groiJ pairs 

(lbs.) 


grosi pairs 
in o cose 


case weight 
(lbs.) 


3 X 2'/2 


iy«X M/,, 


y« X 6 FH 

Vt X 7 RH 


33 


2 


68 



one pair in an envelope with screws and nails 
one dozen pairs in a box 



1 704 steel — [apanned or bright zinc plated 




regularly made without an offset for screens which hang flush 


with the cosing 






furnished on order, at additional cost, with offsets of '/a", Va", Yt" and Vi" to take care of screens which set in beyond 
foce of casing • the offset is the distance between the outer edge of screen and edge of casing 


eye 

(inches) 


hook 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

gross pairs 

(lbs.) 


gross poirs 
in cose 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


21'/,6X7. 

'" one pair in on enveU 
one dozen pairs in a 


IVbX 13/16 


y4x7 


25 


2 'A 


66 


3pe with screws 
box 




Furnished in japa 
finishes 


nned (J) or brigt 


It zinc plated (K) 



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^ 




screen hangers 
for full length screens 



steel — iapanned or bright zinc plated 



brass — bright 



steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



steel — japanned or bright zinc pfated 



17 



1724 



17241/4 



1734 



17341/2 



eyes only are obtainable, allowing screen and storm sash to be hung on the same hooks 

1734 set consists of one pair of 1724 hangers and one T/2" hook and eye • 1734'/2 set consists of one pair of 

1724 hangers and two I'/i" hooks and eyes 



hook 

(inches) 



size of 
wood tcrews 



avvrage net weight (lbs.) 



per gross pairs 
1724 



per grot s sets 



1734 0734 '/a 



gross pairs 

or sets 
in a cose 



average case 
weight (lbs.) 



1724 I 1734 I 1734'^ 



2 X 1 /b^I F/b X % I V* x6 

one pair or set in an envelope with screws 
one doz«n pairs or sets in a box 



27 1 3(5^ 2yr 61^ 70 I 79 

172414 furnished in bright brass; other numbers 
japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) finishes 



double duly hanger 




hook 

(inches) 



steel — japanned or bright zinc p/atecf 1 742 



scresn and trim flutti 




size of 
wood screws 



> outside hook en 
where screen and 
are flush 

overage net 
weight per 
gross pairs 

(lbs.) 




reverse and use inside 
hook on top where 
screens set in ^/t" beyond 
face of cosing 



overage case 
weight (lbs.) 



2 X I'/a I 1 y« X 3/4 

one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 



23 



2/2 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 

finishes 





<«iEaM^^^ ^>--"f^ ^ II M 



hook 
(inches) 



size of OH 
wood screws 



steel — gahanized 



1743 

17431/2 



for full length Vi" screens hung outside the cosing 

the hook is flared out to facilitate hanging the screen and 
is made with an extra long lip to prevent the eye from 
slipping off 

1743 consists of one pair of hangers and two I'/i" hook 
and eyes 

17431/2 consists of one pair of eyes only and two I/2" 
hook and eyes for hanging screens where 1732 storm sash 
hooks are already applied to the building 



overage net weight per 
dozen sets (lbs.) 



dozen sets 
in o cose 



overoge case 
weight (lbs.) 



31/8 X 2Xs ^1 2/2 X y« 

one set in an envelope with screws 
one dozen sets in a box 



Va X 8 



4'/2 



31/2 



29 



23 



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J 


screen hangers 
for half length screens 


18 


1 3 steel — iapanneid or bright zinc plated 



a set of two hangers, four escutcheon pins, two barbed noils 
and one 1 '/a" hook and eye • the barbed nails are driven 
into the blind stop • the hangers are fastened with 
escutcheon pins to the screen frame 




size 
(bchei) 


average net weight 
per grosi sets (lbs.) 


gross sets 


average cose weight 
(IbsJ 


2Vl X Vl6 


10 


5 


53 



one set in an envelope 
one dozen sets in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



120 



steel — bright zinc p/ofeef 



for full or half length screens 



J**^ 



eye 
(Inches) 


hook 
(inches) 


size of RH 

wood screws 

for eyes 


size of 

nails 
for hook 


overoge net 

weight per 

gross pairs 

(lbs.) 


gross pairs 
in a cose 


overage 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


lVl6x|l/,6 


iViexiy. 


V2 x5 


1 X 15 


19 


2 


40 



one pair in an envelope with screws and nails 
two dozen pairs in a box 



steel — /oponned or brigfif zinc plated 



^^^^ aoDlied 



eye 

(inches) 


hook 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight per 

gross poirs 

(lbs.) 


gross pairs 
in a cose 


overage 

case weight 

(tbs.) 


1 ys X 1 Va 


l'/» X Vl6 


% X 6 


15 


2 


32 



3ne pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



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storm sash hangers 
for sash hung flush with easing 


J 


19 


steel — japannad or bright zinc plated 1716 



will hold sash snugly to the window frame preventing rattling • eyes only are obtainable, allowing storm sash and 
screen to be hung on the same hooks 



eye 
(,'r«:he») 


hook 

(inches) 


jiie of 
wood screws 


averoge net weight 

per gross pairs 

(lbs.) 


gross pairs 
in o case 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


2'/4 xl'A 


1 X 1 '/4 


Va x7 


26 


2 


54 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one doien pairs in a box 



furnished in Japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 




steel — japonnmd or bright zinc plated I \7\7 



the shape of the hook allows the sash to be easily hung from the inside without holding it far from the building 

will hold sash snugly to the window frame preventing rattling 

eyes only are obtainable, allowing storm sash and screen to be hung on the same hook 



eye 

(inches) 


hook 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage net weight 

per gross pairs 

(lbs.) 


gross pairs 
in o case 


overage 
cose weight 

(lbs.) 


23/4 X 1 

one pair in a 
one dozen pc 


1 ' '/i6 X ya 

1 envelope with screws 
irs in a box 


% x7 


39 

furnished in jape 

finishes 


1 

nned (J) or bright zi 


41 
ic plated (K) 


Rev. 52-2 




C 


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J 





1 706 steel — japanned or bright z/nc plated 





1708 



steel — japanned or bright zinc plated 



a set consists of four hangers 

1706 applied on the inside for sash set either flush or outside the casing • can be applied on a strip as narrow 
as ' Vie" • ideal for hanging solid shutters when closing a summer home for the season 



1708 applied on the outside for sash set outside the casing • elliptical slots serve to pull the sash in tight 


plate 

(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


averoge net weight 
per gross lets 

(lbs.) 


gross sets 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


2'/2 X y« 


1 x9 


44 


1 


46 



one set in on envelope with screws 
one dozen sets in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 




1 7 1 3 '/4 I brp s s — bright fin/s/j 1714 Vi 

for sash where the head casing will not permit the use of surface type hangers 

number 



171 3-171 3 '/4 
l714-1714'/4 



23/,6Xiy8 
2>/2 X 19/16 



hook 
(inches) 



l%xlll/,6 
2'/4 X1V,6 



size of 
wood screw 



Vi x8 
1 x7 



overage net weight 
per gross 



42 
61 



one pair in an envelope with screws 
one dozen pairs in a box 



steel — furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc 
plated (K) • brass — In bright finish 



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k 



'^H^0^ 



^9*f 



I 






applied in 
locked potitio 




steel — galvanized 1732 



for tosh hung fluih wirh 



p — if— Hr 






c^^s^^ 



steel — galvanized 173272 



^iiXST "' ^T'SSSSwS i KSr 



vantilaling hook 



a set consists of two hangers, two fasteners and one ventilating hook • parts may be ordered separately 

the hook of 1732 is flared out to facilitate hanging the sash and is made with an extra long lip to prevent the eye 
from slipping off 

the ventilating hook is mode with a friction type ball and socket joint which holds the hook in any position • the 
point of the ventilating hook is shaped to make a wedge fit in the eye, which prevents rattling 

the storm sash is locked securely in the closed position by two wing nut fasteners, one on each side 



number 


eyo 

(incKej} 


hook 
(inches) 


siie of OH 
wood screws 


overage net 

weight per 

dozen sets 

(lbs.) 


dozen sets 
case 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


1732 


43/8 x25/,6 


2 'A X 7t 


1 X 8 


8 


6 


50 


1732'/2 


2'/4 X l'/4 


1 xVA 


% x7 


5 


6 


34 


one set in an envelope with scr 


ews 










one dozen s< 


its in box 













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1719 I steel — (apoit'^^fi or bright zinc plated 





applied lath ctotvd 
and locked 



the end slot in the arm is shaped to make a wedge fit in the guide, which prevents rattling 
furnished in two lengths; 5" length for sash under 4' in height; 10" for sash over 4' 
catch plate can be applied on a strip as narrow as ' Vie" 



(inches) 


sizec/ 
wood icrews 


overage net weight 

per groM pairs 

(lbs.) 


gross pairs 
in a cose 


average 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


5 
10 


1 x7 
1 x7 


45 

66 


1 
1 


46 
68 



one dozen pairs in a box (one-half right hand), 
with pins and screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



17231^ 



steel — bright zinc plated 




non-rattling friction type for windows equipped with sliding screens 

a set consists of one pair of adjusters and one pull • an adjuster is applied 
to each side of the sash and permits opening to any position 

the adjustable friction unit, of special construction and material, provides posi- 
tive holding with no danger of deterioration from the weather 

in taking off storm sash, the arm can be quickly disengaged by sliding back 
the stainless steel clip 

the base is made with sufficient projection to allow the arm to clear the screen 
runner 



length (inches) 


size of wood screws 


aferoge net 
weight per 
dozen sets 

(lbs.) 


dozen sets 
in a case 


overage 

cose 
weight 

(lbs.) 




pull 


adjuster 


pull 


9 


43/4 X Va 


1 x8 


Vax? 


lO'A 


6 


66 



one set in a box (one-half right hand) 
with screws 







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storm sash adjusters 


J 


23 


steel — bright zinc plated 1 727 




^^ 



.> 



»: 



jkk: 



^J 




applUd tQth open 



applied tath closed 



a sef consists of one pair of adjusters and one pull • an adjuster Is applied to each side of the sash and permits 
opening to any position 

the adjustable friction unit, of special construction and material, provides positive holding with no danger of dete- 
rioration from the weather • in talcing off storm sash, the arm can be quickly disengaged by sliding back the 
stainless steel clip 



tixe of wood icrews 



average net 

weight per 

dozen fett 

tibi.) 



dozen seti 
in a case 



9 I 43^ X 5/i 1x7 %x7 

one set in a box (one-half right hand) with screws 



6V2 



steel — bright zinc ptateti 



1728 



double duty for storm toth or screens 




@\ 



a set consists of one pair of adjusters and one pull 

adjusters ore permanently attached to each side of the window frame • in taking ofF storm sash, slide the clip 
back from the base • for use on screens in conjunction with storm sash; one pair of sash brackets and one pull 
are available under number XB1728 



length (inchos) 


size of wood screws 


averoge ne! 

weight per 

dozen sets 

(lbs.) 


dozen sets 
in a case 


overage 
cose 
weight 

(IbsJ 


adiuiter pull 


adjuster 


pull 


9 4% X 5/8 


1 x7 


% x7 


6 


6 


38 



one set in a box (one-half right hand) with screws 

XB1728 one set in an envelope with screws, one dozen sets in a box 



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general hardware 


SECTION 

K 




pages 


turn buttons 


2 


sliding door rail 


2 


shelf brackets 


3 


cellar window sets 


4 to 5 


corner braces — mending plates 


6 to 9 


lid supports 


10 


table support 


n 


table leg braces 


12 to 13 


hat holder 


14 


handy clamp 


14 


closet bars 


15 


hinges 


16 


continuous hinges 


17 


trap door hinges and rings 


18 


clothesline hardware 


19 


stake and bar holders 


20 


burrs and washers 


21 


corrugated fasteners 


22 


box strapping 


22 



K 



turn buttons 
sliding door rail 




without screws 



with s 



turn buttons 



3/l6" off»ef 




4'/2 



Sc4i/2 



wtrhout screws 



with screws 



made of wrought steel, japanned or bright zinc plated 



t® 



Sc5 



vithout 



witnouf scrmv^s 



with s 



number 


size, 
iergth 
(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 


overage net weight 
per gross (lbs.) 


gross 
in a 
case 


weight (lbs.) 




with screws 


without screws 


with screws 


without icrewj 




I'A 


1 X 8 


2% 


1^8 


10 


26 


19 


4-Sc4 


]% 


1 x8 


2% 


2'/8 


10 


30 


22 




2 


1 x8 


35/8 


278 


5 


19 


15 


.4'/2.Sc4'/2 


VA 


1 x8 


2y4 


2 


5 




11 


5-Sc5 


T/4 


1 x8 


2 


1 % 









one gross in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K| 
finishes 



491 steel — plain or bright brass platmd 



furnished in lengths 3', 4', 5', 6', 8' and 10' 



sliding door rail 



O 



o 



width 
(inches) 


gouge 
of metal 


height of groove 

(inches) 


countersunk 
for screws 


weight per 
100 feet (lbs.) 


Va- 

twelve pieces wrap 
in a bundle without 


.032 

ped in paper, 
screws 


V,6 

furnished I 
(C) finishes 
specify length 


no. 3 
n plain steel (PS) or 


10 '/2 

bright brass plated 


[SLANLEY] 

® 







folding type 




partly closed optn pasilieit — loekt 

aulomolically 



steel — iapannexi 794 




steel — japammd I 796 



distance on 794 from cenfer line of hinge pjn to back of vertical leg on sire 8" x 8" is 1 Vie"* 12" x 12" is 1 Vis") 
16"x 16" isP4" 





sire 
(inches) 


quantity 
of woot 


and size 
screws 


average net weight 

per doien pairs 

(lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
tn a case 


average 

case weight 

(IbvJ 




shelf plate 


wall plate 




3x4 


3— Ya X 6 


3—3/4x6 


2 


6 


15 




4 X 5 


3—3/4x6 


3 — 1 '/4 X 6 


23/4 


6 


18 




5 X 6 


3 — % X 6 


3 — 1 y4 X 6 


4 


12 


52 




5x 7 


3 — ¥4 X 6 


3 — 1 '/4 X 6 


43/4 


10 


49 


796 


6x8 


3 — y4 X 6 


3 — I '/4 X 6 


7'/4 


8 


60 




7x9 


3 — y4 X 7 


3 — l'/4 X 7 


1 1 Yi 


5 


59 




8 xlO 


3 — % X 7 


3 — 1 '/4 X 7 


13 


5 


67 




10 X 12 


3—3/4x7 


3 — l'/4 X 7 


16'/2 


3 


52 




12 X 14 


3 — 3/4 X 8 


3 — l'/4 X 8 


24'/2 


2 


51 




16 X 18 


4 — 1 X 10 


4 — I'/ixlO 


46 


Yu 


5 




8x 8 


3 — 3/4x7 


3 — 1'/4 x7 


14 


1 


15 


794 


12 X 12 


3 — 3/4x8 


3 — 1 '/4 X 8 


293/4 


1 


31 




16x16 


3 — 3/4x9 


3 — l'/4 x9 


47 'A 


'/2 


26 



794 one-twelfth dozen pairs in a box without screws • 796 sires 3" x 4" and 4" x 5" one dozen pairs; 5" x 6" to 
7" X 9" one-half dozen pairs; 8" x 10" to 12" x 14" one-quarter dozen pairs in a box; 16" x 18" one-twelfth dozen 
pairs in a corrugated container; all without screws 



[STANLEY] 







1760 



steel — japanned or hright 
zinc plated 



set consists of: 

one pair of hinges 

two bolts 

one hook and eye 



2'/2"xli V,e 

2'/2" 

2'/2" 




steel — japanned or hright 
zinc plated 



set consists of: 

one pair hinges 2V2" x 1 ' '/is" 

one com action fastener 2Vi" 

one hook ond eye 2'/2" 




tHB 




steel — japanned or bright 
xinc plated 



set consists of: 

one pair hinges 2" x 1 Vie" 

one cam action fastener 2 '/a" 
one hook and eye 2 '/a" 




set consists of: 

one pair of hinges 
one hook and eye 
one turn button 



2"xlVi6'' 

21/3" 







size of wood 


screws 




average net weight 

per dozen sets 

(lbs.) 


dozen sets 
cose 


average 




hinges 


bolts 


buttons 


fasteners 


weight (lbs.) 


1760 
1761 
1762 
1764 


% x6 
Va x6 
Va x6 
Va x6 


Va x6 


1 x*8 


yVxV 

Va x7 


7 

5Va 
AVa 
3 


5 

10 
10 
10 


37 
55 
44 
30 



one dozen sets in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



will) lake-down feotwrs 




sf «el — / apoftn*cf or bright zinc plat»d I 1 768 




applitd (RH) 

a set consists of: 
one pair hinges 
one cam action fastener IVi" 

hinges only furnished under number 1938 
fasteners only furnished under number 1763 



cellar window sets 
hold-open type 



K 



with fricHen fealur* 

sleel — fapann»d or bright zinc p/qfed I 1 769 




applied 

a set consists of: 

one pair friction hinges ZVi" x V/t" 
width of leaf ' Vie" 

one cam action fastener IVi" 

hinges only furnished under number 1942 
fastener only furnished under number 1763 



uses for hinged sash in cellars, dairies, poultry houses, stables, etc. 

consfrucHon with 1768, sash is securely held open in two positions and may be taken down without removing 
the hinges 

with 1769, the adjustable friction in the hinges holds the sash open at any angle • friction is easily adjusted by use 
of a screw driver or wrench 

he cam action fastener with o large loop handle performs two functions: (1) in locking it pulls the sosh tightly against 
the stops; (2) forces open a sash, which sticks, by turning the handle beyond center to the left • a friction washer 
holds com in proper position 



lize of wood screws 


averoge rwf weight per 
dozen sets (lbs.) 


dozen sets 
in a cos* 




hinges 


fastener 


weight (lbs.) 


1 X 9 RH 


% X 7 FH 


6Y2 


5 


35 



one set in an envelope with screws 
one dozen sets in a box 



furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



K 



corner braces 
mending plates 



corner braces 



997 I steel — plain or bright zinc plated 



t 

^^^ 






screw holes are staggered in 5" and larger • for wide corner 
braces see 1986 on page K-9 



"I 



lize, lervgth 






quantity and 


overage net 






of sides 


width 


gauge of 


size of 


weight per gross 


gross in 


average case 


(inches) 


(inches) 


mefal 


wood screws 


(lbs.) 


case 


weight (lbs.) 


1 


'/2 


.072 


2 — 3/4 X 6 


3'/8 


10 


33 


T/2 


Yl 


.095 


4 — 3/4 X 6 


53/8 


10 


56 


2 


Vn 


.109 


4— 3/4 X 8 


103/8 


5 


54 


2-/2 


Vs 


.120 


4— 3/4 X 8 


14'/4 


4 


59 


3 


3/4 


.134 


4 — 34 X 9 


231/2 


2 


49 


3'/2 


3/4 


.148 


4 ~ 34 X 9 


30 'A 


l'/2 


48 


4 


y* 


.165 


4— 34 j^ 10 


423/4 


T/2 


66 


5 


1 


.180 


6 — T/4 X 10 


733/8 


1 


75 


6 


V/b 


.180 


6 — l'/4 xl2 


1033/8 


Vi 


53 


8 


V/b 


.220 


6 — T/4 X 12 


16/1/2 


Vi 


85 



2Vi" and smaller one-sixth gross; 4" to 6" one-twelfth 

gross 

8" one-twenty-fourth gross; in a box without screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 

finishes 



mending plates 



995 I steel — plain or bright zinc piated 

for extra heavy mending plates, see 1985 on 
page K-9 




size. 




length 


width 


(inches) 


(inches) 


2 


Vb 


2'/2 


Vb 


3 


3/4 


3'/2 


Va 


4 


Vb 


5 


1 


6 


l'/8 


8 


T/4 


10 


T/4 


12 


T/4 





quantity and 


overage net 




average 


gauge 


size of 


weight per gross 


gross in 


case weight 


of metal 


wood screws 


(lbs.) 


cose 


(lbs.) 


.072 


2 — 34 x 7 


3 


8'/, 


28 


.083 


2— 3/4 X 7 


5 


m 


44 


.095 


4— 3/^x 7 


83/4 


5 


46 


.095 


4— 3/4 X 8 


9'/2 


5 


50 


.109 


4 — % X 8 


143/4 


4 


61 


.109 


4 — 3^ x 8 


21^/8 


2/2 


56 


.120 


4— 3/4 X 9 


33^8 


2 


69 


.134 


4 — T/4 xlO 


53'/4 






.156 


6 — T/4 X 10 


92 






.156 


6 — T/4 X 10 


106 







8" and smaller one-sixth gross; larger sizes 
one-twelfth gross; in a box without screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



flat corner irons 
T-plates 



K 





i.' c 




steel — 


phin or bright 


tine pfofed 


999 




flat corner irons 












t' 


siie (inches) 


gauge 


quantity 


average net 






^•r 














of 


and size of 


weight per gross 


gross in 


case weight 








metal 


wood screws 


(lbs.) 


a case 


(IbsJ 


l'/2 


ya 


.071 


4 — ya X 5 


2y8 


10 


28 




2 


ya 


.071 


4 — ya X 5 


3y8 


10 


38 




2'/2 


ys 


.071 


4—5/8x5 


4'/2 


10 


47 




2'/2 


'/2 


.07] 


4— y4 x6 


6y8 


10 


66 


c? 


3 


'/2 


.071 


4 — y4 X 6 


7'/$ 


5 


41 


3 


ya 


.077 


4 — y4 x 7 


10'/4 


5 


53 


3'/2 


Vi 


.071 


4 — y4 X 8 


9 


5 


47 




3'/2 

4 




.077 
.077 


4 — y4 x8 
4 — % X 8 


11% 

13'/4 


5 

4 


58 




55 




4 


y4 


.077 


4 — y4 X 8 


i7y8 


4 


72 




5 


ys 


.077 


4 — y4 X 8 


24 


2 


50 




6 


ya 


.083 


6 — y4 X 9 


33'/4 


2 


68 




6 


1 


.083 


6 — y4 X 9 


36y4 


2 


75 




8 


V/2 


.095 


8 — y4 X 9 


84y4 


Yi 


44 



6" and smaller one-sixth gross 
8" one-twetffh gross; in a box v 



furnished in plain sfeel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



T-pIates 



steel — plain or bright zinc plated 



995 '/2 









quantity 


average net 




average 


sue 


width 


gauge 


and size of 


weight per gross 


gross in 


case weight 


(inches) 


(inches) 


of metal 


wood screws 


(lbs.) 


a case 


(lbs.) 


2'/2 x2'/2 


Vi 


.078 


5 — y4 X 7 


dya 


8'/3 


59 


3 X 3 


ya 


.083 


5 — y4 X 8 


ioy4 


41/6 


47 


4 X 4 


y4 


.083 


5 — y4 X 8 


18ya 


3V3 


64 


5 x5 


1 


.083 


5 — y4 X 9 


3078 


1% 


53 


6 X 6 


I'/a 


.123 


5 — y4 X 9 


65 y4 


V6 


57 



5" X 5" and smaller one-sixth gross 
6" X 6" one-twelfth gross; in a box v 



ithout screws 



furnished in plain sfeel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



outside corner irons 




steel — plain or bright zinc plaimd 











over- 






width 
(in.) 


length 

of 
sides 
(inches) 


gauge 

Of 
metat 


quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 


age net 
weight 
per 
gross 
((bs.) 


gross 

ease 


overage 

weight 
iibs.) 


Va 


4'/2 


.084 


4—% X 9 


23 


1% 


41 


1 


4'/2 


.084 


4 — 3/4 X 9 


31 


1% 


48 


VA 


4'/2 


.084 


4—3/4 X 9 


47 


Ve 


40 



one-sixth gross In a box without screws 

furnished In plain steel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



corner braces 




998 steel — bright brass fmi^ 













(inche 


>> 




quantity 












length 




of 


and size of 


net weight 


of 


width 


metal 


wood screws 


per gross 


sides 








(lbs.) 


'/2 


Va 


.077 


2 — s/a X 5 


2'/2 


'/2 


1 


.077 


2 — 5/8 X 5 


3 


'/2 


V/2 


.077 


4 - 5/8x5 


4'/2 


Vl 


2 


.077 


4— 5/3 x5 


6'/4 


Ya 


P/2 


.095 


4 — 1 X 7 


7% 


Ya 


2 


.095 


4 — 1 x7 


11 


Va 


2'/2 


.095 


4 — 1 X 8 


13'/4 



one-sixth gross In a box without screws 



chair braces 



corner braces 



(^-^ 



9961/2 steel — dult copper finish 



for bracing tables, chairs and church pews 









y 



size 
(inches) 


width 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


quontity 
and size of 
wood screws 


average 

net 

weight 

per gross 

(ibs.) 


gross 


overage 

weight 
(lbs.) 


1 X 1 


Va 


.037 


2—1 X 8 


4 'A 


5 


23* 


2x2 


Va 


.050 


2—1 X 9 


83/4 


5 


45 



9971/2 




steel - 


zinc plated 




size, 
length 

of 
sidei 

(in.) 


width 

(in.) 


gauge 
of 

metal 


quantity 
ond size 
of wood 
screws 


net 

weight 

per gross 

(Ibs.) 


gross 
case 


aver- 
age 
case 
weight 

(lbs.) 


1 

15/8 

2'/4 


1 
1 
1 


A 
Va 


.071 
.095 
.095 


4— 5/8X 6 
6— %X 8 
6—3/4x10 


5 
16 
29 


4% 

5 

5 


23 
68 
150 



one-sixth gross in a box without screws 



one-sixth gross in a box without screws 

furnished in plain steel (PS), japanned (J) or bright 

zinc plated (K) finishes 



[STANLEY] 



^ 



extra-heavy mending plates 
wide corner braces 



sfeel — plain or bright zinc .plated I 1985 



extra heavy mending plate 

O 





suggested opplrcation 



for strengthening doors at the cross rails . screw holes are stoggered to prevent splitting and are located for 
maximum strength 

for standard weight mending plates, see 995 on page K-6 



gauge of mefal 



.125 



one dozen in a box without screws 



siie of wood screw 



VA X 10 



averoge net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 



15'/i 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 

finishes 



wide corner brace 



steel — plain or bright zinc plated I 1 986 




especially adapted to heavy work where a regular 
corner brace is not strong enough 

for narrow width corner braces, see 997 on page K-6 



size, 


length of 






width 




gauge of 




(inches) 


(inches) 


metal 




^V2 


l'/2 


.125 




2 


P/2 


.125 




2Vi 


l'/2 


.125 




3'/2 


2 


.125 





one dozen in a box without screws 



quantity ond size 


overage net 




weight per dozen 




(lbs.) 


4 — 1 X 10 


iy4 


4 — 1 X 10 


2/2 


4 — 1 X 12 


2y4 


4 — l'/4 X 14 


SVa 



furnished in plain steel (PS) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 




size, 
length ^ 


quantity and size 
of wood screws 


average nef weight 
per dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen poirs 
in o cose 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


(inches) 


base-(FH) 


slide- (RH) 




6 

10 
12 


2 — y4 X 7 
2 — y4 X 7 
2 — y4 X 7 

2 - y4 X 7 


1 — y4 xio 
1 — y4 X 10 
1 — y4 X 10 
1 — y4 X 10 


2y8 
2y4 

3'/8 

3y4 


25 

12 
12 


60 

34 
39 



one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished in bright brass (C) or bright nickel (N) 
finishes 



steel — Jbrig/i^ hTQ%% or 
bright nicfce/ plated 



not reversible; when ordered singly specify hand 



length 
(inches) 


size of RH 
wood screws 


overage net weight per 
dozen pairs (lbs.) 


dozen pairs 
in cose 


average cose 
weight (lbs.) 


10 


y4 x7 


3'/4 


12 


40 



one dozen pairs in a box (one-half right hand) 
with screws 



furnished in bright brass (C) or bright nickel (N) 
finishes 



steel — bright brass or 
bright nickel plated 



^(d 



length 
(inches) 



size of RH 
wood screws 



overoge net weight pei 
dozen pairs (lbs.) 



average case 
weight (Ibj.) 



12'/2 Yi X 7 

one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



furnished in bright brass (C) or bright nickel (N) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



steel — brown lacquer finish 



positive and quick action 

spring tension holds leaf In place when in dropped position 

when correctly applied, support cannot "jack-knife" accidentally 
because leaf is held securely in place by spring tension 

to assure perfect action the dimensions shown in table below should 
be observed 




one pair in a box with screws 



dimension 

A 

(inches) 


dimension B (Inches) 


6" size 


8" size 


10" size 


'/2 


3'/2 


3'/2 


5 


1 


3'/4 


33/,e 


4"/, 6 


l'/2 


2 ' 3/l6 


278 


4^/|6 


2 


2'/2 


2'/2 


4 


2Vi 


2 '/a 


2'/e 


3V,6 



overoge net weight 
per 100 poirs (lbs.) 



6 
8 

10 



4 — 3/4 X ( 
4 — 3/4 X i 

4 — % X { 



43 
56 
62 



72 
72 
72 



31 
42 

46 



[STANLEY] 



448 



steel — bright zinc pfated or 
brown lacquer finishes 



uses for tables having an apron or side roil, I'/b" or 
more in depth 

construction the angle plate is fastened to the apron 
and the moving leaf to the leg, with screws • a hole is 
driiled in the leg to receive the pin which serves as a bear- 
ing surface for the sliding arm • a positive catch holds 
the leg braced in the open position and a friction arrange- 
ment holds the folded leg up under the top 

a set consists of four braces with screws and pins 




aiDtRWt, PMAHIOM 



table corner 


leg 
brace 
(inches) 


width of 

corner brace 

(inches) 


gauge of meto) 


size of OH 
wood 
screws 


average 
net weight 
per 100 
sets (lbs.) 


set 

in a 

box 


average 


brace 

(inches) 


ieg 
brace 


brace 


weight 
(lbs.) 


4"/i6X 2'3/,6 


4'/, 6 


V/b 


.050 


.062 


6—Vak7 


131 


12 


17 



one set in a box 



furnished in bright zinc (K) plated or brown lacquer 
finishes 



steel — bright brass or bright 
nickel Pmishes 



length 
overall 

(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


gouge of 
metol 


size of RH 
wood screws 


overoge net 

weight per dozen 

(lbs.) 


9'/2 


Vl 


.058 


1 X 10 


l'/4 



two dozen in a box with screws 



dozen in 
a cose 



average 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 



33 



furnished in bright brass (C) or bright nickel (N) 
finishes 



CSTANUY] 



^ 




extra heavy for banquet tables 



^/ 




€/ 



tfi 



446 steel — bright zinc plated 



for banquet tables, folding counters, folding wall 
racks, roadside stands, etc 

made with a positive, easily operated locking feature 
• when folded, the legs lie flat against the table 



for table-tennis tables 




{RH} applied (LH) 
legs equipped wilK hinges S14'/3-2" 




made with o positive, easily operated 
locking feature • the braces insure 
rigid, sturdy legs when open, and 
when closed, permit the legs to be 
folded fiat against the table 

446 '/a is made without a base, for 
tables with reinforcing rails along the 
edges 



number 


length 
overall 
(inches) 


width 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 




table tiinged wilti 3 

quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 


11-1 '/a" continuou 

average net 

weight per poir 

(lbs.) 


hinge, legs 

pairs in 


with 814'/j-2" 

averoge case 
weight (lbs.) 


446 

4461/4 

446'/2 


lays 

13'/2 
13'/4 


l'/4 


.187 
.125 
.125 


5 — 
2 — 


1 X 12 FH 
% X 10 RH (arm) 
Va X 7 FH (base) 
3/4 X 10 RH 


33/4 


10 
60 
60 


37 
50 
42 



446 two pairs in a box; 446 '^, 446'/2 six pairs in a box; all one-half right hand with screws 



[STANLEY] 



^ 



14 



hat holder 
handy clamp 



"sure-grip" 
hat holder 



205 



CD205 CM 



steel — brown baked laequmr or pfatmd finishex 



steel — bright chromium fmi^^ on ditphy cord 
wifh screws 





CD205 CM 

uses for holding hats in churches, holding papers, etc., on walls or boards; for holding towels in kitchens, holding 
newspaper on the porch, patients charts in hospitals, holding cards for hotel room doors, etc. 

CD205 CM has one dozen holders mounted on a multi-colored display card with screws • one display card in a 
box • card measures 11 Vi" wide and 9%" high 

construction made of wrought steel with a rubber grip to hold items firmly in place 



size 
{inches) 


sire of OH 
wood lerews 


overage net 
weight per 
dozen (Ibi.) 


dozen in 
a case 


cords In 
a case 


overage cos* weight 
(lb..) 




205 


205 


CD205 CM 


205 


CD205 CM 


2Vl6 X 13/, 6 


Ya X 4 


iVs 


12 


6 


UVi 


10 



one dozen in a box with screws 



finishes described on page 30 



7097 



steel — bright zinc p/ofed 



handy clamp 




ideal for many household repair jobs, especially where objects are being glued together and for quilting frames 



width of 
jaw opening 

(inches) 



3x2x5/8 



one dozen in a box 



2/4 



gauge of 

metal 



.250 



average net 
weight per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overage case 
weight (lbs.) 


4 


12 


49 



[STANLEY] 



steel — bright nickel finish 



7020 



brass — bright nickel finish 



I 



—I 




brackaf appli«d 



uses an ideal, sturdy bar for closets • the center support is recommended for use with the 72" bar and safely 
permits extension to 120"; made 3" overall, width 1", provides a clearance of 2" between shelf and bar 

construction the bar consists of two tubes, one which telescopes into the other, giving a wide range of adjust- 
ment • the outside tube is 1" in diameter • a rosette with three screw holes is securely fastened to each end 

the outside tubing of 7021 is made of seamless brass 



lengrh 


extends 

to 
(inches) 


diameter 
of rosettes 

(inches) 


gouge 

of 
metal 


quantity and size 
of OH wood screws 


dozen in 'a 
case 


overage net weight 
per case (Ibs.J 


(inches) 


7020 


7021 


18 
30 
48 
72 


30 

48 
72 
*96 


21/8 

2'/e 

2'/8 
2'/8 


.035 

.035 
.035 

.035 


6—3/4x8 

6 — y4 X 8 

6 — % X 8 
6 — y4 X 8 


Vi 
Yi 


7/4 
12 
20 
26 '/4 


8 
13'/4 

22 
30 



one in a box with screws 

*extends up to 120" with use of a center support 



[STANLEY] 



steel — ptanisbed and plated 



double acting hinges for folding screens 
made of wrought steel 



/ 1 /T^ 1 


1 ^ 


1 














appli 


size, 












for wood 


length of joint 


gouge 


quantity 
ond size of 


average net 






thickness 


(trfches) 


of m«tol 


weight per 






(inches) 






wood screws 


dozen pairs (lbs.) 






Vz 


P/s 


.045 


4-5/8x6 


l'/2 


25 




% 


13/4 


.042 


4 — 5/8 X 6 


\Ya 


25 




78 


Wa 


.045 


4 — 5/8x5 


Vh 


25 




1 


VA 


.045 


4 — 5/8x6 


2'/4 


25 




T/8 


iy4 


.052 


4 — 5/8 x 5 


2% 


15 




VA 


2 


.058 


4 — 5/8x6 


3'/2 


15 





one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



overage case 
weight (tbs.) 



38. 

64 
57 
42 
55 

finishes described on page 30 



1312 



fast bross spun pin 



steel — galvanized 



laundry tub cover hinges 

for wood covers hinged to a wood strip 

made of wrought steel 




size, 

lenglii of (oint 

(inches) 


width open 
(inches) 


design of 1 Yi 
andiy," 

gayge of metal 


size of 
wood screws 


an of 2' 

average net weight 

per doien pairs 

(lbs.) 


1/2 

iy4 

2 


2% 

3/8 

4/« 


.075 

.077 
.077 


Va X 8 
Va X 8 
Va x8 


25/8 

34^8 
6 



one dozen poirs in a box with screws 



1441 



1443 



brass — bright nickel finish 



steel — bright nickel finish 



refrigerator hinges 

for lipped doors with a ^/g" |jp 

made of wrought brass or steel 




length 
of joint 
( inches) 



door leaf 
(inches) 



amb leof 
(inches) 



1/2 I 15/8x25/8 ]5/8xl'/2 

one dozen pairs in a box with screws 



of 
metaf 



.065 



size of OH 
wood screws 



Va X a 



net 



averoge 
weight per 
doien pairs 
(lbs.) 



4/2 



overage 

3se weight 

(lbs.) 



48 



[STANLEY] 



steel — plated fmishes 


311 


steel— Wg/rf weight, plated fmishes 


0311 


brass — finely fmished 


311/4 


brass — light weight, rmely finished 


03111/4 




uses for furniture, chests, cabinets, marine work, etc 



construction made of wrought brass or steel 




311% attortmeni 



screw holes spaced 2" apart, other spacings or without holes on order 

widths Wi' and under, regularly furnished up to 72" in length; 2" and IVi" widths furnished up to 84" in length 

0311 and 031114 furnished only in 1 '/le" width 

31 1 Va assortment — pocked with screws in a handy stock size carton containing six 48" pieces of the following; 2 
pieces 1 '/le" wide and 1 piece Wa" wide in bright chromium finish, 2 pieces 1 "/le" wide and 1 piece 114*' wide 
in bright brass • shipping weight, 8 lbs. 

3IIV4 refill package — twenty-five pieces in one finish and one size per package with screws • available 
in bright brass or bright chromium finish in sizes 1 i/ie" x 48" and I'A" x 48" 

available from stock, only in full case quantities of ten pieces, l'/|6^ l'^" or I'/i" wide and 72" long • stocked in 

one metal, finish and size per case without screws on the following: 

31 IN steel — bright nickel finish 311ViN brass — bright nickel finish 

31114C brass — bright 311 ViCM brass — bright chromium finish 

specify (example) ten pieces 311 !^C Wi" x 72" 



width op«n 
(mchet) 


length of 
knuckles 
(inchei) 


gauge 


of metal 


lire Of 
wood screws 


average net weight 
per 100 feet (lbs.) 


311-311 '/4 


0311-0311% 


311-311% 


0311-0311% 


T/16 


y« 


.045 


.035 


'/2X4 


22 


21 


P/4 


y. 


.045 




'/ix4 


25 




1/2 


H 


.045 




'/2X4 


■^0 




2 


% 


.062 




%x6 


50 




2/2 


% 


.062 




¥4x6 


65 


... 



packed as ordered without screws, 
unless otherwise specified 



finishes described on page 30 



[STANLEY] 



w 




923 



steel — p\mn 



trap door hinge 



hinges set flush with trap door and floor avoiding any tripping hazard 



length of 
each leaf 
(inches) 


length of 

link 
(inches) 


width of strap 
at link 
(inches) 


gouge of 

metal 


siie of 
wood screws 


averoge net 

weight per 

dozen pairs 

(lbs.) 


8 


35/8 


2^/8 


.137 


l'/4 Xl2 


37!/2 



packed as ordered; without screws 



T215 



steel — iapanned^ hrighi zinc plated 
or galvanized fmi$hes 



sets flush with the floor, eliminating the danger of tripping 



trap door ring 




size 


plate 
(inches) 


diameter of ring 
(inches) 


depth 

overall 
(inches) 


gouge of 

metal 


wire 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


doien 
in 
case 


overoge 




outside 


inside 


cose weight 

(lbs.) 


no. 1 
no. 2 
no. 3 


3 X 3'/2 
3'/2 X 3% 
3y4x4'/4 


2'/t 

2'/4 
25/8 


V/2 
T/2 
17« 


'V32 
'V32 


.072 
.083 
.095 


V,6 
2V64 


1 X 9 
1 X 10 
1 X 10 


5-/2 
7'/2 

10 


12 
6 
6 


' 68 
47 
62 



no. 1 and no. 2 one-half dozens- 
no. 3 one-quarter dozen; in a box with screws 



I 



furnished in japanned {J) bright zinc (K) plated or 
galvanized (R) finishes 



[STANLEY] 




pulley 



steel — bright zinc plated 



4100 



the deep groove prevents the line from jumping the wheel • a specially 
designed bushing and stainless steel axle insures easy, noiseless turning 
of the v/heel and long w^ear 



wheel 
(inches] 



average net weight 
per dozen single (lbs.) 



7 16 

one dozen single in a corrugated container 



dozen single 
in Q container 



age case weight 
(Ibi.) 




pulley 



steel — bright zinc ptatmd 



a brass bushing and a stainless steel axle insures easy turning and long 
wear 



wheel 
(inches) 


average net weight 
per dozen single (lbs.) 


dozen single 
in a case 


average case weight 

(lbs.) 


5 

one dozen single in a 


7 
box 


4 


30 



"pull-tite" line clamp 




brass — sprayed brass fini^ 



7070 



for tightening clotheslines, tennis or volley bait nets or for tent lines using the standard no. 8 or no. 10 rope 

a pull on the end of the line tightens it • the line cannot slip through until the flared end of the plunger is pulled out 

ball, case and bearings are made of brass • plunger made of zinc die-casting 



length 
(inches) 


average net weight 
per dozen (lbs.) 


dozen in a case 


average cose weight 
(lbs.) 


3% 


2 ¥4 


12 


30 



one dozen on a display card 



[STANLEY] 



J 



993 



steel — plain 



number 


for 
stakes 
(inches) 


length 
overall 
(inches) 


v^idth 
(inches) 


number 
of holes 
in each 


gauge 

of 
metal 


overage net 

weight per 

100 pieces (lbs.) 


2 
3 


2 


43/4 
5 


2'/2 

2H 


2 

4 


.169 
.180 


89 

105 



packed bulk 



Stake holder 




9931/2 



packed bulk 



steel — phin 



for 

stakes 
(inches) 


length 
overall 
(inches) 


width 

(inches) 


number 
of holes 
in eoch 


gauge 

of 
metol 


average net 

weight per 
100 pieces (lbs. 


]% X 3 


7 


2'/2 


4 


.203 


130 



p 



stake holder 




steel — plain or foponned 



size, 
v^idth 

(inches) 


for 

bars 
(inches) 


length 
of sides 
(inches) 


gouge 
of mefol 


overage net 
weight per 
dozen (lbs.) 


l'/4 


2 


272 


.250 


8 


l'/2 


2 


2'/2 


.250 


9 


2 


2 


2-/2 


.250 


12 



one dozen in a box without screws 

furnished in plain steel (PS} or japanned (J) finishes 



bar holder 




1231 



steel — plain or japanned 



bar holder and door stop 



width 

(inches) 


for bars or 

doors up to 
(inches) 


length 
of sides 

(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


average net 

weight per 

100 pieces (lbs.( 


l'/4 

packed bulk 
furnished in 


2 
jiain steel (PS) 


4'/4 

r japanned (J) 


.250 

finishes 


81 


[STANLE 


D 








bun 



washers 




made of wrought steel from clean stock, true as to size and weight 
the packages or kegs contain no scrap 
special sizes furnished on order 



for 
rivet 
size 


outside 
diameter 

(inches) 


size of 
hole 


thickness 

Birminghom 

gauge 


approximate 
ngmber to 

the pound 


% 


% 


.390 


16 


169 


"/32 


Va 


.360 


16 


160 


V,6 


% 


.325 


17 


273 


1 


yi 


.312 


18 


315 


2 


ye 


.295 


18 


303 


3 


9/, 6 


.272 


18 


380 


Va 


Vl6 


.257 


18 


368 


4 


ys 


.250 


18 


281 


5 


'/2 


.227 


18 


465 


6 


'/2 


.215 


18 


450 


3/e 


'A 


.197 


18 


436 


7 


'/2 


.188 


18 


430 


8 


'/2 


.172 


18 


420 


9 


Vl6 


.157 


18 


552 


10 


' V32 


.143 


18 


637 


11 


H 


.127 


18 


740 


12 


ya 


.115 


18 


722 


13 


ys 


.101 


18 


822 


14 


' '/32 


.085 


18 


965 



bulk packing in 100 pound kegs • packed in one 
pound boxes • furnished in plain steel (PS) finish 







U. S. Standard size 






for 


outside 
diameter 
(inches) 


size of 
hale 

(inches) 


thickness 




bolt 
(inches) 


Birming- 
hom 
gouge 


inches 


mate 
number in 
100 pounds 


Vl6 
Vl6 


V,6 

Va 

ys 


Va 

ys 


18 
16 
16 


3/64 

'/l6 


36,200 

14,900 
11,100 


V.6 
'/2 


1 
V/a 

lya 


V,6 
'/2 

Vl6 


14 
14 

12 


V64 
^^4 
V64 


6,700 
4,100 
2,600 


ys 

Va 


l'/2 

iy4 

2 


' '/IG 
'Vl6 


12 
10 
9 


V64 

'/s 

V32 


2,200 
1,300 

910 


1 
I'/s 


2'/4 
2'/2 

2y4 


'Vl6 
l'/l6 
l'/4 


8 
8 
8 


' '/64 
"/64 
' '/64 


652 
532 
454 


V/a 
P/s 


3 

3'/4 

3'/2 


P/s 

1'/2 

lys 


8 

7 
7 


"/fe4 

3/16 


384 
300 
260 


1H 

iy4 
1% 


3y4 

4 

4'/4 


Wa 
2 


7 
7 
7 


Vl6 
Vl6 


227 
200 
176 


2 

2"/4 
2'/2 


4'/2 

4% 
5 


Vh 
2Vz 


7 
5 
4 


Vl6 
V32 
'V64 


159 
121 

104 


2y4 

3 


5 '74 

5'/2 


2V% 
V/z 


3 
2 


Va 

VS2 


91 
77 



bulk packing, 200 pound kegs • also in 100 pound 
kegs • packed washers in 5 pound boxes, ten 
boxes in a corrugated container • furnished in 
plain steel (PS) or galvanized (R) finish 



specify class number, finish, rivet or bolt size and packing desired 



[STANLEY] 



K 



22 



corrugated fasteners 
box strapping 




Jw^^ ""^ ^ 






counter display carton 

containing 12 boxes, 50 fasteners of one 

size in a box • three sizes are available 

Vb' x5 Vi" x5 y8"x5 

Gv. net wgt. 2 lbs. 214 lbs. 3 lbs. 

packed for shipping 
twelve disploy cartons — four of each 
size in a shipping container • average net 
weight 38 lbs. or 

twelve display cartons — all one size 
in o^ shipping container • average net 
weight, Vs" 24 lbs., Yi" 30 lbs., Ye" 37 lbs. 
specify packing desired 



corrugated fasteners 
wrought steel 

parallel corrugaliont 
plain edge tow edge 




I 



3300 



divergent corrugafions 
plain edge saw edge 

lilllfllfll 



3306 



distinctive 
Stanley features 

continuous cutting edges 

every part of the edge, the 
bottoms of the throats, the 
sides of the throats and the 
points are almost razor sharp 

uniform quality 

the Stanley works makes its 
own corrugated fastener steel 
to a special analysis and 
temper and can thus secure 
absolutely uniform quality 



3320 



used for making strong, tight joints in box shooks, cabinet work, 
screen doors, window screens, broken furniture, built-up work, col- 
umns, and in oil kinds of repair work in wood 

3300 and 33 1 5 furnished with 2 to 1 corrugations 
3306 and 3320 furnished with 3 to 7 corrugations 
depth of corrugations: Va", W, Vi" , W, %", W and 1" 
packed: cartons of 1000, 500 and 250; paper boxes of 100, 10 
boxes to a carton; bulk — kegs or barrels 

specify class number, number and depth of corrugations 

and packing desired 



"twinrold" 




box strapping 
wrought steel 

tpeciftcotions 
self-tightening 
annealed dead soft 
great tensile strength 
round edges prevent cutting the hands 
ribs along center allow nails to be driven 

obliquely and prevent nails from 

slipping 



3000 




size, width (inches) 


opproximate 


*<eight of each coil (lbs.) 


number of coi 


'/2 




7 'A 


20 


y* 




9'/2 


20 


3/4 




ll'/2 


20 


7. 




13'/2 


20 


1 




15'/2 


20 



specify class number and width 



L 



[STANLEY] 





steel — bright zinc plated 4 1 07 



uses for clotheslines, hammocks, etc 

for cornp|ete clothesline equipment, see class numbers 4100 or 4106 pulleys and 7070 "pul-tite" line clamps (see 
page n-19) ^ 

eontlruction made of wrought steel with a heavy, steel wire hook • rigidly tested for strength 



base plate 
(inches) 



17. x2'/. 



gauge of 



.305 



projection 
(inches] 



3Va 



size of 
wood screws 


dozen in 
a cose 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


1 X 10 


10 


33 



one dozen in a box with screws 




steel — bright zinc plated 4 1 08 



uses for clotheslines, hammocks, etc 
ideal for use with class numbers 4100 or 4106 pulleys and 7070 "pul-tite" line clamp (see page K-19) 

construction made of wrought steel with a heavy steel hook which is welded to the base • rigidly tested for 
strength 



base plate 
(indies) 



2x2 



gouge of 



.305 



projection 
(inches) 



2 '/a 



size of 
wood screws 



} X 10 



10 



one dozen in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



1637 



steel — bright zinc plafed 




lap gata bracks) 



bottom gate pivot 




uses for heavy gates in residential fences, etc., swinging in, out or both ways • closes gates automatically by 
gravity action 

gates may be taken down without removing the hinges 

construction made of extra heavy wrought stee! 
minimum post dimension ZVi"; minimum gate dimension IVa"; spacing between gate and post 3" 

a set consists of four parts: top post pivot, top gate bracket, bottom post bracket and bottom gate pivot 
for gate latches, see page 1-7 



quantity and size 
of RH wood screws 



overage net weight 
per set (lbs.) 



dozen in a cose 



overage coje 
weight (Ibi.) 



14 — 1/2 X 12 

one set in a box with screws 



2/2 



32 



i^ 



sash pulleys and 
sash poles 



SECTION 



heavy-duty jam-proof sash pulleys 

heavy-duty sash pulleys 

jam-proof sash pulleys 

sash pulleys 

drive-type sash pulleys 

sash poles 



pages 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 



v 



heavy-duty jam -proof 
sash pulleys 



7002 



steel — ma/iogony, brighf e/ecfro-go/vanized or 
brrghf hronzB plated over copper base 



bronze — face pfate hrighf buffed 







uses for windows of office buildings, schools, hospitals, apartment houses, etc 



construction made of heavy gauge wrought bronze or steet 

ruggedly constructed for heavy duty, Insuring great rigidity and long life • journal 
bearing consists of on extra heavy steel bushing, axle and a bronze sleeve which 
gives a bearing surface of steel against bronze throughout resulting in smooth, quiet 
operation 

enclosed constructior keeps out the cold, dust and dirt and avoids the necessity of special 
housings to prevent drafts • reinforced housing is so formed that the sash cord or chain 
cannot slip off the wheel or become jammed 

the wheel, which will withstand strains up to 1500 pounds, is fully enclosed, leaving no 
unsightly pulley openings • the combination wheel groove is designed for either sash 
cord or chain • sash cord is easily pushed through the pulley without the use of a mouse 
• a steel mouse tape Is furnished for use with chain • will take sash cord up to and 




including no. 1C 


J; chain up to 


and includin 


g type A or no. 5( 


3 






sa«h chain 


face plate 
(inches) 


gauge 

of metal 

(foce plate) 


diameter 
of axle 
(inches) 


for thickness 

of frame stile 

(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 




average 

cose weight 

(lbs.) 


VAxSVa 


.095 


Vl6 


T/i6or I'/a 


V» X 10 


6'/2 


10 




67 



one dozen in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



o#| 



steel — mahogany or hrigh 
0J0ctro-gaivanized 



steel — bright e/ectro-ga/van- 

fzed with solid bronze 

face plate 



7004 



700414 



iW, 



st««l bushing and bronze axl* 




steel — mahogany or bright 
electro-galvanizeti 



steel — bright electro-galvan- 
ized with solid bronze 
hood 



7008 



7008 'A 



uses for windows of office buildings, schools, hospitols, apartment houses, etc 



construction made of wrought steel for heavy duty work • the heavy steel bushing with Va" bronze axle 
gives quiet, dependable operation • the housings are so formed that the sash cord or chain cannot slip off the 
wheel or become jammed 



7008-7008 '/2 hove enclosed face plates which keep out the cold, dust and dirt and avoids the necessity of special 
housings to prevent drafts 

the combination wheel groove is designed for either sash cord or chain and will withstand strains up to 750 pounds 
• sash cord is easily pushed through the pulley without the use of a mouse • a steel mouse tape is furnished for 
use with chain • will take sash cord up to and including no. 10; chain up to and including type A or no. 50 



face plate 


gauge of metal 
(face plate) 


of axle 
(inches) 


for thickness 

of frame stile 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


(inches) 


7004- 
7004 '/i 


7008- 
7008 '/j 


1'/8 x5 


.072 


.105 


Vb 


¥4, ]'/|6 0r I'/a 


78 X 10 



averoge 
net weight 

(lbs.) 



weight 
(lbs.) 



one dozen in a box with screws 



tSTANLEY) 



J 



7000 



steel — mahogany or bright electro- 
galvanized, without screws 



I 




installed with $a$h cord intlalled with laih chain 




uses for windows of residences and apartment houses 

construction made of wrought steel • enclosed construction keeps out the cold, dust and dirt and avoids the 
necessity of special housings to prevent drafts • the one-piece reinforced housing is so formed that the s«sh cord 
or chain cannot slip ofF the wheel or become jammed 

the wheel is fully enclosed, leaving no unsightly pulley opening • the combination wheel groove is designed for 
sash cord up to and including no. 8, or the light weight pulley chain, but not the larger sizes of flat link chain • sash 
cord is easily pushed through pulley without the necessity of a mouse • a steel mouse tape is furnished for use 
with chain 

wheel hub is steel bushed and wheel halves are securely riveted together 

axle is mode from Vie" Bessemer rod, and is spun, insuring a smooth, straight axle and quiet, free-running wheel 

made to fit standard 1" x 4Vi" face plate mortise 

standard mahogany finish furnished unless otherwise specified 



face plate 
(inches} 


gauge of 

metal 

(face plate) 


diameter 
of oxie 
(inches) 


for thickness of 

frame stile 

(inches) 


sixe of 
wood screws 


overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 


average 

case weight 
(lbs.) 


1 X 4'/2 


.062 


^46 


% or Vz 


Ya x8 


2/2 


50 


138 



bulk without screws 



^ 



^ 





steel — mahogany or bright e/ecfro- 
galvanized 



7003 



uses for windows of residences and apartment houses 

construction made of wrought steel • wheel hub is steel bushed and wheel halves 
are securely riveted together 

the combination wheel groove is designed for sash cord up to and including no. 8, or the 
light weight pulley chain, but not the larger sizes of flat link chain 

axle is spun, insuring a smooth, straight axle and quiet, free-running wheel 

made to fit standard 1" x AVi" face plate mortise 

mahogany finish furnished unless otherwise specified 



face plote 
(incKesJ 


gauge of 

metal 
{face plate) 


diametBr 
of Qxle 
(inches} 


for thicknejs of 

frame stile 

(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


average net 

weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


overoge 

cose weigh! 

(lbs.) 


1 x4'/2 


.050 


Vl6 


Va or ye 


Va X 8 


2V4 


50 


125 



bulk without screws 



steel — mahogany or bright e/ecfro- 

gahanized 



70031/2 



uses for windows with narrow mullion frames with flat weights 
one flat weight is used in place of two round weights 

construction made of wrought steel • made to fit standard 1" x AYi" face plate 
mortise 



I'/j" whe«1 












face plate 
(ir>ches) 


gouge of metol 
(face plate) 


diameter 
of oxie 
(inches) 


overage net weljht 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

cose weight 

tibs.) 


1 X 4'/2 


.050 


V.6 


2 


50 


113 


,bulk without screws 













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drive type — sash pulleys 
cone bearing 



7006 
7007 
7010 



steel — mahogany or brighf electro- 
galvanized 




7006 

2" whMl 





uses for windows of residences and apartment houses 

construction mode of wrought steel • the saw-tooth construction holds pulley securely in the frame • face 
plate need not be mortised Into frame 

the combination wheel groove is designed for sash cord up to and including no. 8, or the light weight pulley chain, 
but not the larger sizes of flat link chain 

mahogany finish furnished unless otherwise specified 



number 


face plate 
(inches) 


for thickness of 

frame stile 

[inches) 


(inches 




overage 

net weight 

per dozen 

(lbs.) 


dozen in 
a case 


average 

cose weighr 

(lbs.) 


7006 
7007 
7010 


IVieX 213,6 
1'/I6x2'3,i6 
1'/16X 2 1^,6 


Va or Vz 
Va or Vb 
% or Vb 


2'/2 X 
2'/2 X 
2' 1/16 X 


1 

Yb 

'3 16 


l'/2 
l'/2 


50 
50 
50 


84 

84 
84 



bulk without screws 



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steel — with polished, cast bronze hook 7025 '/i 



the sturdy steel tubing makes the pole rigid and practically indestructible 

fhe lower end is fitted with a rubber cop with steel insert to prevent end of pole from cut- 
ting through rubber 

poles are furnished in olive green finish • hooks fit all standard mokes of sash pull 
sockets and transom eyes 



siz«s, length 


diameter of tubing 
(inches) 


average net weight 

per 100 poles 

(lbs.) 


number in 
o bundle 


average 

bundle weight 

(lbs.) 


4 


2 3/32 


150 


6 


9 


6 


"/32 


211 


6 


13 


8 


2V32 


253 


6 


15 


10 


2 3/32 


290 


6 


18 


12 


2 3/32 


340 


6 


21 



one in a paper tube 



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SECTION 


blind hardware 


M 




pages 


blind holdbacks 


2 


blind hinges 


3 to 8 


blind hardware sets 


9 


blind fasteners 


10 



M 



blind holdbacks 
for 1 Vz" blinds 




non-ratti'mg spring 
1685 with tag screw 



1686 



1687 



wifh hack plate 



with drive pin 



with 
non-rattling spring 

1685^2 with lag screw 



1686^/2 



1687'/2 



with back plate 



with drive pin 



non-ferrous 
non-ruHling spring 




1679 



length 4'/s" 

without 
non^rattling spring 

with lag screw 



length SVt" 

without 
non-rattling spring 



1675 


with lag screw 


1676 


with back plate 


1677 


with drive pin 



with 
non-rattling spring 

1 675 Vz with tag screw 



1676'/2 



16771/2 



with back plate 



with drive pin 




length 6'/i' 

without 
non-rattling spring 

1693 with lag screw 



1694 



1695 



with back plate 



with drive pin 



with 
non-rattling spring 

169314 with lag screw 



1 6941/2 



16951/2 



with hack plate 



with drive pin 





length 4" 



showing application of 
non-rattling spring which 
requires a minimum space 
of lys" between house 
and blind 

made of wrought steel 

prime coated holdbacks are bonderized and prime coated ' • zinc plating gives a rust resistant base • dead 

black holdbacks are zinc plated and bonderized before final finish 

bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and final finish 



average net weight per pair 
(IM 



average case v^elght 
(lbs.) 



one pair in a box 



50 33 

furnished in prime coat (P), bright zinc plated (K) 
or dead black (KJl) finishes 



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blind hinges 
for 1 Vs" blinds hung flush with 
casing for frame construction 



M 



with plate pintle 



steel — plaiitf bright zinc plated 
or tiead black finish 



940 



with screw pintle 



steel — plain, bright zinc plated 
or dead black finish 



940 '/2 




furnished with special offsets on order • send sketch showing construction • also for use on gates 

screw pintle for 940'/2 furnished in lengths iVi" and 4"; specify length required • when ordered separately 
specify size of hinge with which to be used 

hinges furnished in dead black finish are zinc plated and bonderized before final finishing • zinc plating gives 
a rust-resisting base and bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and the final finish 



length 
of strop 
(inches) 


width 
of strop 

at joint 
(inches) 


plate pintle 
(inches) 


offset 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


gauge of metal 


quontity and 
size of 


overoge net 

weight per 

100 pairs 

(lbs.) 


strap 


plote 
pintle 


8 
10 
12 


l'/4 

V/a 

V/2 


31/8 xI'/b 

3y8 X l'/4 

3Vu xT/4 


1 '/16 
1 '/18 
1V.6 


2 
2 
2 


.092 
.092 
.104 


.071 
.084 

.084 


6 — 1 X 10 

7 — 1 X 10 

8 — 1 X 12 


87 
104 
151 



two pairs in a box • plain steel without screws, 
other finishes with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS), bright zinc plated (K) 
or dead black (KJl) finishes 



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offset blind hinges 

for 1 Vs" blinds or shutters 

set in a reveal 



845 



steel — plain, hright zinc plated 
or dead black finish 



the offset leaves permit the inner edge of the blind to be carried 
clear of the opening 

regularly made with a W offset • special offsets on order 
— send sketch showing construction 

furnished with a brass pin except plain steel 




application of tiz« 3* x 6' 





maximum clearance 




quantity and 


overage net 


size open 


on T/b" blinds 


flauge of 


sire of 


weight per 


(inches) 


(inches) 


metol 


wood screws 


100 pairs (lbs.) 


3 X 3'/2 


T/2 


.123 


6 — 1 x9 


114 


3x4 


}¥a 


.123 


8 — 1 x9 


130 


3x5 


3 


.123 


8 — 1 x9 


152 


3x6 


4 


.123 


8 — 1 x9 


169 


3x7 


5 


.123 


8 — 1x9 


193 


3x8 


6 


.123 


8 — 1 x9 


209 



two pairs in a box; plain steel without screws, 
other finishes with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS), bright zinc plated (K) 
or dead black (KJl) finishes 



827 



steel — plain 



the bent leaves provide full opening for hanging screen 
or storm sash without interfering with the hinges 



size, 
width 
open 
(inches) 



3 

3 '/a 
4 

4 '/a 
5 

5'/2 

6 

7 
8 



length 


gouge 


of ioint 


of 


(inches) 


metal 


V/2 


.087 


13/4 


.089 


1% 


.095 


1% 


.101 


1% 


.107 


1% 


.115 


2 


.115 


2'/4 


.123 


2'/2 


.148 



width between 

flanges 

[cleo ranee) 

(inches) 



115/16 

2Vl6 

278 

3% 
37. 

4'/32 

4y4 
5y4 




application of iiz« 6" 



flange 
(inches) 



2Vl6 X 

2V(6X 

2V.6 X 

2Vi6 X 
2Vi6X 

2Vl6 X 

2% xl 

3V.6Xiy8 

35/8 xiy« 



"/I6 

'V32 
VI6 

VI6 



quantity and 

siie of 
wood screws 



6 — % X 8 
6 — 1 X 9 



6 — 1 

6 — 1 

6 — 1 

6 — 1 

6 — l'/4 X 10 

6 — T/4 xlO 

6 — l'/4 xl2 



X 9 

X 9 

X 9 

X 9 



overage net 


dozen 


overage 


weight per 


pairs 


cose 


dozen poirs 


in o 


weight 


(lbs.) 


case 


(lbs.) 


4 


10 


41 


5 '/a 


10 


52 


6'/4 


5 


32 


7'/4 


5 


38 


8ya 


5 


44 


10 


5 


51 


12'/2 


2'/2 


32 


175/8 


2/2 


45 


26 








one-sixth dozen pairs in a box without screws 



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blind hinges 

for r/s' blinds 

hung flush with casing 



M 



hing«t for from* censlructien furniah«d an 
*rd«r with « Vi' offt«t, giving a throw or 
»ofl" 



for framm construction 

without screws 

steel — plain 1640 





steel — galvanized 1 360 

with scr^y^s 

steel — plain Sc 1 640 



steel — galvanized 



Sc1360 



for brick conttruetion 

without screws 

steel — plain 1 644 



brick conttruetion 



hinges measure A^Ae," on the vertical, 5" on the horizontal, 
width r 

for complete sets of hinges with fasteners, see page M-9 



steel — galvanized 1 364 

with screws 

steel — plain Sc 1 644 



sfeel — galvanized 



Sc1364 



plate 
pinHe 


offiet 
(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


lize of 
wood 
screws 


bulk packing 


Sc packing 


25 pairs 

in a cose 

weight (lbs.) 


50 pairs 


(Inches) 


frame 


brick 


frame brick 


weight (lbs.) 


3'/8 X VA 


l'/,6 


2/8 


2 4'/b 


.075 


1 x8 


25 


55 



hinges without screws packed bulk; with screws two pairs in a box 




for frame construction 
without screws 



steel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



1642 



1342 



for brick construction 
without screws 



hinges for frame cenitruction 
furnithed on order with o Vi" 
offset, giving a throw or clear- 
ance of 1 " 



steel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



1346 



hinge measures 5%" in length, Vm" in width 

for use with hinges 1640, 1644 etc, where blinds require three hinges 



plate 
pintle 


offset 
(inches) 




throw 
(inches) 


gauge 

of 
metol 


size of 
wood 


pairs in 
a ease 


overage net 


(inches} 


frome 


brick 


frame brick 


case weight 
(lbs.) 


aytxi'/. 


l'/l6 


2'/8 


2 4'/8 


.075 


1 x8 


25 


21 



bulk packing without screws 



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blind hinges 
for 1 W blinds hung flush with 
casing for frame construction 



1620 X 1666 steel — plain or gQlvaniz»d 



^ -W 

^^m 







o set consists of four hinge straps and four screw pintles; the equipment for one pair of blinds 



size of 

hinge strap 

Jinches) 



4 X I 

5 X 1 



screw pintle 
(inches) 



2 'A 
3 



(inchei) 



'3/^2 



plain steel ten sets in a box without screws, 
galvanized one set in a box with screws 



size of 
wood screws 



1 X 8 
1 X 8 



50 
50 



overage cose 

weigKt (lbs.) 



37 
43 



furnished in plain steel (PS) 
or galvanized (R) finish 



1624 X 1666 



steel — plain or galvanizad 




hinges measure 5" x 1*' 

a set consists of four hinge straps and four screw pintles; the equipment for one pair of blinds 

screw pintles furnished separately under 1666 



size. 


tength of 










offset 


screw pintle 


throw 


size of 


sets in 


average case 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


wood screws 


a cose 


weight (lbs.) 


Vi 


2'/2 


'V,6 


1 X 8 


50 


46 


% 


2'/2 


P/8 


1 x8 


50 


47 


1 


3 


1 'Vl6 


1 x8 


50 


51 


l'/4 


3 


2% 


1 x8 


50 


53 


l'/2 


3'/7 


2% 


1 X 8 


50 


57 


1% 


3'/2 


aVs 


1 X 8 


50 


63 


2 


4 


S'/s 


1 X 8 


50 


68 



ten sets in a box; plain steel without screws, 
galvanized with screws 



furnished in ploln steel (PS) 
or galvanized (R) finish 



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blind hinges 

for 1 Va" blinds hung outside casing 

for frame construction 



M 



steel — plain or galvanized 1 606 x 1 652 



fe 



"1 




blinds cannot be blown ofF because of the safety feature which allows them to be removed only in one position 
a set consists of four hinge plates end four drive pintles; the equipment for one pair of blinds 
drive pintle furnished separately under class number 1652 



size of 

hinge plote 

(Inched 


length of 

drive pintle 

(inches) 


maximum 
throw 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


sets in 

a case 


averoge cose 
weight (lbs.) 


2'/2 X VA 


3'/4 


l'/2 


1 X 8 


50 


33 



one set in a box with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS} 
or galvanized (R) finish 



steel — plain or galvanized 1616x1 650 




_1LL 



—^ BLIND I 



a set consists of four hinge straps and four drive pintles; the equipment for one pair of blinds 
drive pintle furnished separotely under class number 1650 in sizes 3V^", 4" and 5" 



size of 

hinge strap 

(inches) 


length of 

drive pintle 

(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screvfs 


sets in 


average case 
weight (lbs.) 


5 X Va 

ten sets in a box • 
galvanized with scr 


3'/4 

plain steel withou 
ews 


l'/2 

t screws; 


1 X 8 


50 

furnishec 
or g 


38 

in plain steel (PS) 
alvanized (R) finish 






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8 



blind hinges 

for IVs'' blinds hung outside casing 

for brick construcfion 



1612 X 1650 steel — plain or gaivanized 









a set consists of four hinge plates and four drive pintles; 
the equipment for one pair of blinds 




size of 

hinge plate 

(inches) 


length of 

drive pintle 

(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


siie of 
wood screws 


sets in 
a cose 


overage 

case weight 

(lbs.) 


3 X 23/4 


5 


478 


1 x8 


50 


55 



fen sets in a box • plain steel without screws; 
galvanized with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS} 
or galvanized^(R) finish 



1616 X 1658 steel — p/oin or galvanized 





a set consists of four hinge straps and four drive pintles; the equipment for one pair of blinds 



size of 

hinge plate 

(inches) 


length of 

drive pintle 

(inches) 


throw 
(inches) 


size of 
wood screws 


sets in 
a case 


averoge 
case weight 

(lbs.) 


5x Va 


3'/4 


VA 


1 X 8 


50 


39 



ten sets in a box • ploin steel without screws; 
galvanized with screws 



furnished in plain steel (PS) 
or galvanized (R} finish 



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blind hardware sets 

for 1 Vb" blinds hung flush 

with casing 



M 



for frame construction 



hing* ^V 



"""•"^J 



1640 X 1680 



1 360 X 1 380 



steel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



*-.* 



r^w^ 



bock catch sill staple 

applied 
with nails 



1640 X T682 steel — plan 



1 360 X 1 382 steel — galvanized 



a set consists of two pairs of hinges and two complete fasteners; the equipment for one pair of blinds 
for detail on fasteners, see page M-10 
one set in a box with screws 



25 sets in a case • case weight 60 lbs 



for brick construction 



"»'•««« ^^ back eafeh 



1644 X 16801/2 



1364 X 1380</2 



steel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



■ssSvji^i S 



1644 X 16821/2 




1364 X 1382'/2 



steel — plain 



steel — galvanized 



a set consists of two poirs of hinges and two complete fasteners; the equipment for one pair of blinds 
for detail on fasteners, see page M-10 

one set in a box with screws ot: * ■ 

20 sets in a case • cose weight 66 lbs 



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10 



blind fasteners 
for r/s' blinds 



for frame construction 



for brick con$trvction 




1680 



steel — pfm'fi 




4 



1680^2 %tee\— plain 



1380 



steel — gahanizmd 



1 38014 sleel — galvanized 



o set consists of two complete fasteners; the equipment for one pair of blinds 
10 sets in a box • 100 sets in a case • case weight, 35 lbs 



for frame construction 



for brick eonttruction 



back cokh till slopla 

applied 
with nail! 


1682 


steel— p/off) 


1382 


steel — galvanized 





application 



1682</2 Steel — pfmn 



13821/2 



steel — galvanized 



a set consists of two complete fasteners; the equipment for one pair of blinds 

the fastener ts of gravity type • when blinds are closed they cannot be unlocked from the outside 

10 sets in a box, plain steel without screws, galvanized with screws • 100 sets m a cose • case weight: with screws, 

55 lbs; without screws, 52 lbs 



for Boston pattern blinds 

till slapl* 





I SillStapli SILL- 

1672 application 

BLIND - 




for Boston pattern blinds 



.^ M m mrn m^ Q^ 

I 12. 



1692 opplicalion 



1692 



steel — tapanned 
or galvanized 



a set consists of two complete fasteners; the equipment for one pair of blinds 

applied underneath the blind; mortise must be provided in lower blind rail at least 7" long to a depth of Vi" 

10 sets in a box without screws • 100 sets in a case • case weight: 1672, 36 lbs; 1692, 28 lbs 



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carded hardware 


SECTION 

N 









pages 


barrel bolts 


3 


cabinet catches 


2 


corner braces 


4 


chair braces 


4 


flat corner irons 


4 


handy clamp 


4 


hasps 


3 


hinges 


2 and 4 


mending plates 


4 


pulls 


2 and 5 


screen corner braces 


5 


screen and storm sash hangers 


5 


strop hinges 


3 


T-hinges 


3 


turn buttons 


5 



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CD 1529CM 

case weight, 26 lbs. 



CD 1530CM 

ease weight, 37 lbs. 




CD 1539CM 

case weight, 26 lbs. 




CD 1475BR V/2" 
case weight, 35 lbs. 




CD 1478BR 

case weight, 35 lbs. 



CD 1484BR 

cose weight, 20 lbs. 





CD 4465CM 

case weight, 22 lbs. 





&M 


i 1 1 i 








CD33K 


CD 37K 


case weight, 16 lbs. 


case weight, 12 lbs. 



wroughf steel 

finish symbols: CM - bright chromiutn, K - bright zinc plated, BR - brassed 

packing: one dozen cards in a box; twelve dozen in a case 



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STRAP HINGES 



tS - tWT ItE&ISTANT fm\Ui 



carded hardware 



N 



t. NEW SRtTAIN, CONN 



CD 900K 2", 3", 4" 

case weight: 
2", 29 lb..; 3', 43 lbs.; 4", 63 Ibi. 



CD 904K 2% Z", 4" 

case weight: 
2* ,30 lbs.; 3" .47 Ibi.; 4" ,56 lbs. 




CD 346BR 

cose weight, 19 lbs. 



CD 91 IK 2^^' 

case weight, 26 lbs. 



CD 912K 3", 4W 

case weight: 
3", 32 lbs.; 4'/!", 46 lbs. 



CD 91 5K 31/2", M'/j" 

case weight: 
3'/2", 48lbi.;4'/l^*33lbs. 




CD917K3y2'', *4y2" 

case weight: 

V/i'',47\bi.; AVi", *30lbs. 




CD 1076BR 2'/2' 

ca»e weight, 32 lbs. 




CD 1078BR2y2", 3", 4" 

case weight: 
IVi". 26 lbs.; 3", 35 lbs.; 4", 46 lbs. 



wrought steel 

finish symbols: K - bright zinc plated, BR - brassed 

packing: one dozen cards in a box; fwelve dozen in a case 

(*except CD 91 5K and CD 91 7K size 4 'A" which have one-half dozen cards in a box; six dozen in a case) 



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carded hardware 




CD 343 BR Wa" 

case weight, 24 lbs. 




CD 838 K Wi", 2", 2 'A 

case weight: 
Wi", 22 lbs.; 2", 32 lbs.; 2'/3^ 40 lbs. 




CD840K ^V2"r2",2V2" 

case weight: 
I'/i", 22 lbs.; 2", 32 lbs.; lYi", 40 lbs. 




CD 7097K 

case weight, 53 lbs. 




CD 995K 3 , 4 

case weight; 
3\ 29 lbs.; 4", 43 lbs. 




CD 999K 

case weight: 

%" X 2", 19 lbs.; Vi" X 2'/!", 26 lbs. 
i/i" X 3", 29 lbs.; y." X 4", 44 lbs. 




CD 997 K 

cose weight, 1", 15 lbs. 
1 Vj", 23 lbs.; 2", 33 lbs. 
2/2", 4! lbs.; 3", 60 lbs. 




CD 9961/20 1" X 1" 

case weight, 32 lbs. 



wrought steel 

finish symbols: K - bright zinc plated, BR - brassed, D - coppered 

packing: one dozen cards in a box; twelve dozen in a case 



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LFT WQKKi. NEW MfTAW. CONK, 

CD 4107K 

cose weighr, 45 lbs. 




CD 4108K 

case weight, *18 lbs. 



CD4J-K 13/4" 

case weight, 20 lbs. 



' Bill III II 1" 1 ij II 


oflT 


1 r.,.. KRfIN 


ri 


1 ^-"'^ CORNER BRACES 


L^i 


10 «IM»0»CI S«£(MOO0«S Ot WINOO 


1 


1 m- 


1 


• J 



CD 27J-K 

cate weight, 40 lbs. 



CD 29J-K 

lie weight, 60 lb«. 




CD 158 J 

cose weight, *40 lbs. 






CD 1734K 

case weight, 34 lbs. 



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THE STAHLET WORKS. NEW WIIT*I»4, CONN. 

CD 479BR 

case weight, 18 lbs. 



TMI STANUT WCMIltS, NIW Wnr*!)K, i 

CD 482BR no. 2 

case weight, 19 lbs. 



wrought steel 

finish symbols: K - bright zinc plated, J - japanned, BR - brassed 

packing: one dozen cards in a box; twelve dozen in a case 

(*except CD 158J, CD 482BR no. 2 and CD4108K wtiich hove one-half dozen cards in o box,- six dozen In a case) 



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"N^ 



garage and industrial 
door hardware 



bumper shoes 

door braces 

door holders 

door stops 

flat track 

floor door guides 

folding sliding door hardware 

hangers 

hinged door hardware 

hinges 

parallel sliding door hardware 

rolling door hardware 

stay rollers 

straight sliding door hardware 

track brackets 

trolley track 

trolley trucks 



SECTION 



pages 

49 to 50 

10 

10 

51 

43 

49 to 50 

14 to 26 
38 to 39 

30 to 37, 40 

n 

2 to 9 

29 

12 to 13, 17 

51 

27 to 28 

46 to 48 

43 to 45 

41 to 42 



ball bearing hinges 
full surface extra-heavy 



BB1456 (non-template] 

BBTMS1456 (template) 



steel — [apanned or dead 
black fmhh 




uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings • hinges swing 
doors entirely clear of the opening • doors must set flush with the casing 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and 
hardened by cold rolling • corrugated for added strength 
equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings which 
prevent wear at the joints and insure easy operation of the doors 
screw holes in the door leaf are made to take carriage bolts or screws 
• carriage bolts furnished on order — specify thickness of door 



LA- 



mm 



<^ 



hlnget swing doors entirely 
clear of the a 



size 
length of 
door leaf 

(inches) 


for 

top rail 
(irtches) 


gauge 

of 
metal 


length of 

iamb 

leaf 

(inches) 


width of 
jamb leof 
(inches) 


width of 
door leof 
at joint 

(inches) 


quontity ond 

size of 
wood screws 


quantity and 

size of 

mochine screws 

jamb leaf 

BBTMS1456 


overage 

net weight 

per pair 

(lbs.) 


12 
18 
24 
36 


5 
5 
5 
6 


.162 
.162 
.162 
.197 


6 

7 
7 
8 


22 '/32 
22 1/32 
22 1/32 
2V,6 


3 
3 
3 
4 


10 — l'/2 Xl4 
12 — l'/2 Xl4 
14 — l'/2 X 14 

14 — 2 xl8 


5 — '/2 X '/4-20 

S — Vix Va-20 

5 — '/2 X '/4-20 

6 — 5/8 X Vie- 18 


6 

8 

9 

21 



12" and 18" one pair in a box; larger sizes one 
pair in a package; with screws 



furnished in japanned (J), dead black (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



BB1452 (without offset] 

BB 14521/2 (with offset) 



steel — japanned or dead 
black finish 




uses for folding doors of garages and industrial buildings 



construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by 
cold rolling • corrugated for added strength 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated boll bearings which prevent 
wear at the joints and insure easy operation of the doors 

the VA" offset on BB1452'/2 allows 3" clearance for other hardware that may project 
from the doors 

screw holes are made to toke carriage bolts or screws • carriage bolts furnished 
on order — specify thickness of door 



^^ 



length of 
each leaf 

(inches) 



gauge of 
metal 



length 
of joint 

(inches) 



quontity and size 
of wood screws 



JXH 



1 Vt" offset provides 3 
clearance between doors in 
open position 



average net weight 

per pair 

(lbs.) 



10 .162 

one pair in a package with screws 



3 10- l'/2xl4 6 

furnished in japanned (J), dead block (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 

® 



ball bearing hinges 
extra-heavy half surface 




showing application of h inset and 
ofFtelt provided 

uses for doors of garages and industrial buildings • for doors with narrow top rail use BB1454 • BB1458 
should be used on the center and bottom rails 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling • corruqated for 
added strength 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings which prevent wear at the joints and insure easy 
operation of the doors 

screw holes in the door leaf are made to take carriage bolts or screws • carriage bolts furnished on order — specify 
thickness ot door 

hinges in dead black finish are first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and 
tinal hnish — specify Jl • with a rust-resisting base — KJl 
BBI454 furnished on order in size 36" 
size 36" furnished on order for P/4" doors 

BB1458 size 36" with jamb leaf VA" wide furnished (on order at additional cost) with an offset of 2'/4" qivinq a 
maximum throw or clearance of AVs" 



number 



BB1454 
BB1458 



size 

of 
door 

leaf 
(inches; 



(inches) 



4'/,, 

5 

5 

5 

6 



gauge 

of 
metal 



.162 
.162 
.162 
.162 
.197 



leaf 
(inches) 



2'3/|6 

2'Vi6 

2 '3/6 

2 'Vie 

3 s/is 
12" and 18" one pair in a box; 
larger sizes one pair in a package; with screws 

*when ordered for doors 1%" specify door thickness 













quantity 




average 






throw 






and size 




net 


of door 


offset 


or 


quantity ond 




of machine 




weight 


leaf Gt 


(inches) 


clear- 


size of 




screws 






joint 




ance 


wood screws 




jamb leaf 




pair 


(inches) 




(inches) 






BBTMS1458 




(lbs.) 


3 


1 Vl6 


iy4 


12— l'/2xl4 








7 


3 


1 '/,6 


iy4 


10—1/2x14 


5 


-'/2X % 


■20 


6 


3 


l'/l6 


H/4 


11 — P/2X14 


5- 


-'/2X Va 


-20 


8 


3 


l'/l6 


H/4 


12— l'/2xl4 


5- 


-'/2X Va 


-20 


10 


4 


1 '/IG 


H/4 


15 — 2 xl8 


8- 


-ysxs/ie 


18 


22 



furnished in japanned (J), dead black (Jl) or (KJl) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



J 



^T 




uses for very heavy doors of garages and industrial buildings • hinges sv/ing doors entirely clear of the open- 
ing • doors must set flush with the cosing 

construction made of triple weight wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling; %" irT thickness 
up to 72" in length 

BB957 equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings which prevent wear at the joints and insure 
eosy operation of the door 

DB957 equipped with two hardened steel disc bearings 

hinges made to order • a sketch of the jamb and door must accompany order showing exact conditions and thick- 
ness of door 

door leaf, as regularly made, has bolt holes Vie" '" diameter and are located to match holes in hinge BB959 and 
DB959 on page 0-5 • pad has holes 'Vie" in diameter • special hole locations on order 

pins and bearings are zinc plated 

furnished without screws or bolts unless otherwise specified 















averoge 


length of 


gouge 


width of 


length of 


width of 


diameter 


net weight 


door leaf 


of metal 


door leaf 


jamb leaf 


[amb leaf 


of pin 


per pair 


(bches) 




(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(inches) 


(lbs.) 


Up to 36 


.375 


3 


8 


* 


y*, 


44 


37 to 48 


.375 


3 


8 


♦ 


% 


54 


49 to 60 


.375 


3 


8 


♦ 


¥4 


60 


61 to 72 


.375 


3 


8 


* 


% 


70 



packed as ordered 



[STANLEY] 



^ 




steel — iapanned 



(ball bearing) BB959 
(disc bearing) DB959 




uses for very heavy doors of garages and industrial buildings 



construction made of triple weight v/rought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling; %" in thickness 
up to 72" in length on each leaf 

BB959 equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated ball bearings which prevent wear at the joints and insure 
easy operation of the door 

DB959 equipped with two hardened steel disc bearings 

hinges made to order • a sketch of the jamb and door must accompany order showing exact conditions and thick- 
ness of door 

as regularly made, bolt holes are Vis" in diameter and are located to match holes in hinge BB957 and DB957 on 
page 0-4 • special hole locations on order 

pins and bearings are zinc plated 

furnished without screws or bolts unless otherwise specified 



size 
length of 


gauge 


width of 


length 


diameter 


average 

net weight 


eoch leaf 
(inches) 


of metal 


(inches) 


of joint 

(inches) 


of pin 

(inches) 


per pair 
(lbs.) 


Up to 36 


.375 


3 


6% 


% 


54 


37 to 48 


.375 


3 


63/8 


Va 


70 


49 to 60 


.375 


3 


6^/8 


% 


85 


61 to 72 


.375 


3 


6% 


Va 


100 



packed as ordered 



[STANLEY] 



ball bearing hinges 
extra-heavy half-surface 



BB1460 sreel — dead black finish 




wiihoul offset 



uses for residential garage doors 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

hinges are made with loose pins and without ofFset • can be applied either full or half surface • for full surface 
application, door must set flush with casing 

equipped with two Stanley permanently lubricated non-detachoble boll bearings which prevent wear at the joints 
and insure easy operation of the doors 

screw holes in door leaf are made to take carriage bolts, wood or lag screws • carriage bolts furnished on order — 
specify thickness of door 

hinges in c dead block finish are first bonderized • the bonderizing forms a strong bond between the metal and 
final finish — specify Jl • with o rust-resisting base — KJl 

for thumb latch to match, see page 1-4 



size 

length of 
door leaf 


for 

minimum 
top rail 
(inches) 


gouge 

of 
metal 


length of 
jamb leaf 
(inches) 


width of 
[amb leof 
(inches) 


width of 
door leaf 
at joint 
(inches) 


quantity and sixe 
of wood screws 


average 
net weight 


finches) 


door leaf 


jamb leaf 


(lbs.) 


18 

24 
32 


474 

4'/4 

41/4 


.162 

.162 
.162 


6 
6 
6 


2>/4 

2'/4 
2'/4 


2'/2 
2/2 
2/2 


6 — l'/2 X 14 

7 — l'/2 xl4 
7 — l'/2 xl4 


5 — I'/i xl4 
5 — l'/2 X 14 
5 — l'/2 X 14 


5 
6 
8 



18" one pair in a box; 

larger sizes one pair in a package; with screws 



furnished in dead block (Jl) or (KJl) finishes 



[STANLEY] 




fast pin — full surface 




^ 



lan I I I ^ 



;fZ"l 



Se965 application 
doors must $el flusK with casing • 
hingst swing doors intirety clear 



Steel — plain or japanned Sc965 



loose pin full or half surface 





steel — plain or japanned I Sc966 



steel — plain or japanned Sc969!4 



uses for residential garage doors 
Sc966 and Sc969V2 applied half or full surface • Sc965 full surface 

construction made of extra heavy wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 
Sc965 and Sc966 made in sizes 8", 10" and 12" 
Sc969'/2 made only in size 10" 
for complete garage door sets, see page O-ll 



sue 
length of 
door leaf 

(inehes) 



width of 

jamb leaf 
(inches) 



gouge of 



length of 
jamb leaf 
(inches) 



width of 
strop at 

joint 
(inches) 



quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 



average 
net weight 
per pair 



pairs 
in a 
case 



average 

case 
weight 

(Ibs.t 



10 
12 



.137 
.150 
.156 



5'/2 

7 



2% 

3'/2 

37« 



9 — V/i X 12 

9 — T/2 X 14 
10 — T/2 X 16 



one pair in a box with screws 



12 
6 
6 



AA 
32 
43 



[STANLEY] 



8 



full surface hinges 
for folding garage doors 



732 



steel — iapanned finish 



uses for folding garage doors and ofher doors where a full surface hinge 
is desired 

construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold 



one pair in a box with screws 




rolling 

size open 

(inches) 


gauge of metal 


not swaged • for full turfae* 

quantity and size overage net weigKt 
of wood screws per pair (IbsJ 


4x4 
4x6 


.130 
.130 


8 — 1 xlO 

8 — 1 '/4 X 10 


T/2 
2 



737 steel — japanned finish 



uses for folding garage doors 




(M^! 




construction made of wrought steel, 
toughened and hardened by cold rolling • 
allows two hinged doors (each VA" thick) to clear the opening when standing at an angle of 90° • the jamb leaf 
is applied to the surface of the jamb and rabbet • screw holes in the door leaf are made to take carriage bolts 
or screws • carriage bolts furnished on order (at additional cost), specify thickness of door 



length of 
door leaf 
(inches) 



length 
of joint 
(inches) 



width of 
jamb leaf 
(surface) 
(inches) 



width of 

rabbet leaf 

(angl«) 

(inches) 



average 

net weight 

per pair 

(lbs.) 



.130 

one pair in a box with screws 



35/8 



T/2 



-l'^ xi2 



4'/2 



7371/2 



steel — iapanned finish 



uses for folding and "round the cor- 
ner" garage doors 

construction made of wrought steel, 
toughened and hardened by cold rolling • 
allows two hinged doors (each 1%" 
thick) to clear the opening when standing 
at an angle of 90° 



leng^ of 
door leaf 

(inches) 



gauge of 



length of 

[oint 
(inches) 




6 .130 

one pair in a box with screws 



[STANLEY] 



full surface offset hinges 
for folding garage doors 




734 steel 




Sc902'/2 steel 



11^" effivt pr»vld«t 
b»lwtt«n doori in oi 



cUoninc* 

n petition 



for folding doors • the offset allows clearance for other hardware that may project from the doors 



construction made of wrought steel, toughened and hardened by cold rolling 

screw holes are made to take carriage bolts or wood screws • carriage bolts furnished on order (at additional 
cost}, specify thickness of door 

furnished on order with %" offset providing a ]Vz" throw 

734-4" X 4" is especially suitable for folding doors where a "kee bolt" is used 



734 



4 X 3Vi 
4x4 
4x6 
14 



Sc902'/2 
one pair in a box with screws 



1 

13/4 
T/2 
l'/2 






.130 
.130 
.130 
.125 



length 
of joint 

(inches) 



4 
4 
4 

3Vi6 



quantity and 

size of 
wood screws 



8 — l'/4 x 10 
8 — l'/4 X 10 
8 — T'/4 x 10 
8 — l'/4 x 12 



average net 
weight per 
poir (lbs.) 



2/2 

3 
3 
3 



furnished In japanned (J) finish 



[STANLEY] 



Ji 



10 



garage door 
holders and braces 



door holders 




1771 



uses for garage doors 
doors ore held open by fhe bar which is anached to the door, engaging 
with the catch plote attached to the casing • released by a slight pull on 
the chain 



construction jamb plate is made of extra -heavy wrought steel and is 
so designed to prevent breakage • 1774 arm made u-shaped for added 
strength 



1774 



number 


arm 
length 
{inches) 


chain 

length 
(inches} 


minimum 
door 
width 

( inches) 


quantity ond size 
of wood screws 


average net 
weight per 
poir (lbs.) 


pairs in 
a case 


averoge 

case 
weight 
(lbs.) 




holder 


chain guide 


1771 
1774 


29 'A 
30 


38 
38 


38 
42-/2 


? — iy4Xl2 
11 —1% X 12 


2 — % X 8 
2 — 3/4 X 8 


8 
9 


6 

6 


51 
58 



one pair in a box with screws 



furnished in japanned (J) finish 



2640 



steel — japanned or 
bright ziiic platmd 



door braces 



uses for all hinged doors to prevent sagging and to keep them in alignment or 
to plumb doors already sagged 

applied on the inside of the door, one end being fastened to the hinge stile and the 
other diagonally across the door to the outside corner 



construction made of heavy* steel rod, Vaz" diameter, with malleable iron 
turnbuckfe 




size length 
(feet) 



6 11^x14 

8 114x14 

one dozen in a corrugated container with screws 



size of RH 
wood screws 



dozen in 
cose 



applied (inside view) 



average cose weight 

(lbs.) 



19 
23 

furnished in japanned (J) or bright zinc plated (K) 
finishes 



[STANLEY] 



^fcsi -;: -^' ^^-L- ::r-^,. 


HJIH illl^ 


' M 


v^i^SiJ 



with door holders 
iteel — /opanned 



without door holders 



sfeel — /oponned 



1775 X 1771 
17781/2 X 1771 



1775 

17761/2 
17781/2 
1779 



uses binges tn set 1776 '/z applied full surface • in other sets hinges can be applied full or half surfoce • for 
full surface application, doors must set flush with the casing 



construction made of wrought steel 
the active door is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment • the inactive door is fastened at the 
top and bottom with chain and foot bolts 

set 1775 furnished without door holders 

set 1775 X 1771 furnished with door holders, as illustrated 

set 1776/2 furnished as illustrated 

set 1778/2 furnished as in set 1776/2 but with hinges Sc969/2 in place of Sc965 

set 1778/2 X 1771 same as set 1778/2 but with door holders 

set 1779 same as set 1775 but with 8" hinges 

set 1775 X 1771 consists of: 



1^ I 



d 



.-\ 




7 



'a PAIRS NO SC966)0 
EXTRA HEAVY 
LOOSE PfN 

T HINGES 



set 1776'/^ consists of: 







I j^ 

IUPP THUMB (.ATrH ^^r 

t ONLV -m 



one set in a box with screws 
four sets in a carton 



furnished in japanned (J) finish average net weight 
per set; with door holders 28 lbs, without door 
Wders 19 lbs 



[STANLEYJ 



12 



rolling garage door sets 
"round-the-corner" 



T2504 
T2505 



steel — japanned 



with 13" flat track sections 




uses for openings of any width with three 
or more doors not over 2" in thickness and not 
exceeding 3' in width or 125 pounds in weight 
• doors should be of equal width • head 
room required above top of doors is 6" 

the full width of the opening and almost the full width of the building ore available • a weather-tite arrangement, 
operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 



construction set T2504, doors are hung on 4" x 4" full surface hinges 
set T2505, doors are hung on 6" heavy strap hinges 

the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment which permits locking from either 
side • the two doors which are hinged together operate on swivel type roller bearing hangers • vertical adjust- 
ment is obtained by slotted bolt holes in apron 

track is furnished in 13" sections and ends interlock insuring smooth operation 

8' opening: furnished with 12 straight pieces and 3 curved (24" radius) pieces 
10' opening: furnished with 15 straight pieces and 3 curved (24" radius) pieces 
can be installed with passage door hung to other doors and all rolling around the corner • a 16' opening, using 
three doors on either side, takes two complete sets with on additional center guide and stop (2552) 



1^ 



set (regularly furnished for 8' opening) consists of: 



3 ONLY NO 2525 
ROLLER BEARING 
HANGERS 



-4ii&i 

NO 2540 TRACK 



JLY NO. 1260h I 

( THUMB LATCH ^ 




one complete set in a carton, average weight 33 lbs 

two sets in a corrugated container, average weight 68 lbs 



specify width of opening 



[STANLEY] 



rolling garage door set 
"round-the-corner" 



13 



with flat track 




steel — japanned 



T2515 



uses for openings 8', 10 and 12' wide with tKree doors not over 2" in thickness or over 125 pounds in weight 
• doors should be of equal width • minimum headroom required is 6" above top of doors 

the full width of the opening and almost the full width of the building are available • a weather-tite arrangement, 
operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 



construction set, as furnished, comprises complete hardware for a three-door installation, for openings 8', 
10' and 12' in width • can be installed with passage door hung to other doors and all rolling around the corner 
or with service door hung to jamb • when so arranged, a thumb-latch is recommended in place of the hinge hasp 
• a 16' opening, using three doors on either side, takes two complete 8' sets with an additional center gijide and 
stop {2552) 

doors are hung on 6" heavy strap hinges • the passage door is equipped with a hinge hasp for locking the doors 
with a padlock • the two doors which are hinged together operate on swivel type roller bearing hangers • hangers 
ore designed to permit easy vertical adjustment 

the track for an 8' opening includes one 8' piece, one 6' piece and one 27" radius curve • for a 10' opening, one 
TO' piece, one 8' piece and one 27" radius curve • for a 12' opening) two 6' pieces, one 10' piece and one 27" 
radius curve 



1ft 



set {regularly furnished for 8' opening) consists of: 



f 



3 ONLY NO. 2532 
ADJUSTABLE ROLLER 
BEARING HANGERS 



§1 



NO IS-IO TRACK 



one set in a carton, two sets in a corrugated container, 
track bundled separately, gross weight 69 lbs 



specify width of opening 



[STANLEY] 



14 



folding sliding garage door set 
for doors opening in 



with flat track in one piece 



T2509 



steel — japanned 




'■ft I S 



uses for openings with three doors not over 2" in thickness, 3' in width, or 125 pounds in weight • doors should 
be of equal width • headroom required above top of door is 6" 

a weather-tite arrangement, operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 

construction doors are hung on 4" x 4" full surface hinges • the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch 
having a padlock attachment which permits locking the door from either side • the two doors which are hinged 
together operate on a swivel type roller bearing hanger provided with vertical adjustment • fastened at top 
and bottom with chain and foot bolts 

the track for 8' opening furnished in one piece, 6' in length 




n 



1 ONLy NO 2526 
ADJUSTABLE ROLLER 
BEARING HANGER 



set (regularly furnished for 8' opening) consists of: 



,«») 



I 



i 



I ONLY 
NO 1138 
BOLT STRIKE 



d 



NO 2540 TRACK 



one set in a carton, average weight 13 lbs 
track bundled separately, overage weight 6 lbs 



specify width of opening 



[STANLEY] 



folding sliding garage door set 
for doors opening in 



15 



with 13" flat track sections 



J 




Tfl 




■ 



steel — iapanneti T2510 



uses for openings with three or four doors (similar to illustrations on page 0-18), not over 2" in thickness, 3' in 
width or 125 pounds in weight • doors should be of equal width • headroom required above top of door is 6" 
a weather-tite arrangement, operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 

construction the passage door and the door hinged to the jamb are hung on 10" extra heavy full surface 
T-hinges, which swing doors entirely clear of opening • the two doors which are hinged together are hinged on 
6" heavy strap hinges and operate on a swivel type roller bearing hanger provided with vertical adjustment • 
fastened at top and bottom with chain and foot bolts 

the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment which permits locking the door from 
either side 

the track is furnished in 13" sections and the ends interlock insuring smooth operation 
8' opening: furnished with 6 straight pieces 
10' opening: furnished with 7 straight pieces 



set (regularly furnished for 8' opening) consists of: 



f[ 



^ IBM ^ "^'"^^ "^ ■ 



m 



1 ONLY NO 2524 
ADJUSTABLE ROLLER 
BtARlNG HANGER 



4iJi. 



HINGES ^ \ GNU NO lua 

^„^J^i- BOLT STRIKE 

^ I 

1 ONLY NO iJ60:': 
NO * THUMB LATCH ' Of^l-Y NO 1257 

NO. 3 DOOR PULL 



I 



one complete set in a carton, average Weight 33 lbs 

two sets in a corrugated container, average weight 67 lbs 



specify width of opening 



[STANLEY] 



16 



folding sliding garage door sets 
for doors opening in 



T2519 
T2519V2 



steel — japanned 



with flat track in one piece 




i«tT2519'/3 illuitratsd 

uses for openings with three doors not over 2" in thickness, 3' in width or 125 pounds in weight • doors should 
be of equal width • headroom required obove top of door is 6" 

a weather-tite arrangement, operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 

construction set T2519, all doors are hung on 4" x 4" full surface hinges 
set T2519'/2 doors hinged together on 4" x 4" full surface hinges and hinged to jomb on extra heavy 10" T-hinges 
the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment which permits locking the door from 
either side • the two doors which are hinged together operate on a swivel type roller bearing hanger provided 
with easy vertical adjustment • fastened at top and bottom with chain and foot bolts 
the track for 8' opening furnished in one piece, 6' in length 



T2519'/2 set (regularly furnishecf for 8' opening) consists of: 




I ONLY NO 2S3I 
ADJUSTABLE ROLLER 
6£AlilNG HANGER 



NO 2540 TRACK 



one set in a carton, overage weight 13 lbs 
track bundled separately, overage weight 6 lbs 



specify width of opening 



[STANLEY] 



rolling door garage set 
"round-the-corner" 



17 



with 16 gauge trolley track 




steel — japanned with trolley 
bright zinc plated 



SX2605 




uses for openings of any width with three or more doors not over 2" in thickness and not exceeding 3' in width 
or 150 pounds In weight per door • doors should be of equal widfti • headroom required above top of doors is 6'/*" 
the full width of the opening and almost the full width of the building ore available • o weather-tite arrangement, 
operating inside the building out of the way and out of the weather 

con be installed with passage door hung from the jamb, Independently of the rolling doors, which roll past it to the 
side wall, see illustration on page 0-12 • a 16' opening, using three doors on each side, takes two complete sets 
with an additional center guide and stop (2552) 



construction the passage door Is hung on 4" x 3 'A" full surface ofFset hinges • the other two doors are hinged 
together with full surface hinges, which permit all doors to roll smoothly and easily • doors operate on double 
truck hangers, fitted with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels 

the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch • a hinge hasp is provided for locking the doors with a padlock 
trolley track furnished as follows: 

8 opening: one 8' piece, one 6' piece, one curved (24" radius} piece 
10' opening: one 10' piece, one 8' piece, one curved (24" radius) piece 
12' opening: two 6' pieces, one 10' piece, one curved (24" radius) piece 



set (regularly furnished for 8' opening) consists of: 




one set in a carton, overage weight 30 lbs 
track bundled separately, average weight 29 lbs 



specify width of opening 



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Jd 



18 



folding sliding garage door sets 
for doors opening in or out 



SX2610A combinations 



steel — iapanned 
trolley bright zinc plated 



witK 16 gauge trolley track 




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4-door Installation 



5^^^^™^^^^! 



5-door instoNation 



a^^^^ra ^^^^s&^ 



6-door installation 





,et SX2610A-30 iittid* vi«w — doors opening in 



uses for openings up to 16' wide with from three to six doors not over 2" in thickness, 3' in width or 150 pounds 
in weight • doors should be of equal width • headroom required above top of doors is 7Ya" 

set SX2610A-3D comprises a complete set for a three-door installation for an opening 8' in width 

construction the two end doors are hinged to the [amb on extra heavy full surface T-hinges • the center door 
is hinged to either end door on Tull surface hinges • on the four, five and six door sets, the end doors are hung on 
throw-back hinges 737 • doors operate on four-wheel hangers provided with vertical adjustment and fitted with 
a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • the folding doors are fastened at the top and bot- 
tom with chain and foot bolts • the passage door is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment 
which permits locking of door from either side 

the track is perfectly straight, providing an excellent bearing surface for the double truck trolley wheels • it is 
securely joined and held firmly in brackets fitted with track clamps • the extension brackets are easily adjusted, 
permitting doors to stand open either at 90° or any angle up to 180° 

see opposite page for items rn sets 



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specify width of opening 



one complete set in a case, average net weight 63 tb$ 



set SX2610A-4D (for 4-door installalion) consists of: 

1 — X2610-E end bracket 

1 — X2610-I intermediate brocket 

1 ~ X2650-C bracket 



2 — 1 055 6" chain bolts 

2 — 1 057 6" foot bolts 

1 — 1260'/2 no. 4 thumb latch 



■ X261 hanger 



specify width of opening 



1 — 1 257 no. 3 pull 
1 — X2641EC end cap 



2 pieces — X2641 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening} 

3 pairs — 737 hinges 

VA pairs — 241 J 4" x 4" hinges 
VA pairs — 734J A" x VA" hinges 



one set in a case, track bundled separately - 
net weight, 72 lbs 



set SX2610A-5D (for 5-door installation) consists of: 



2 — X2610-E end brackets 

2 — X2610-I intermediate brackets 

2 — X2650-C brackets 

2 — X2610 hangers 

specify width of opening 



2 — 1055 6" chain bolts 
2 — 1057 6" foot bolts 

1 ~ \26OV2 no. 4 thumb latch 

2 — 1257 no. 3 pulls 

2 — X2641EC end caps 



2 pieces — X2641 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening} 

3 pairs — 737 hinges 

1 Vt. pairs — 24 IJ 4" x 4" hinges 
3 pairs — 73 4 J 4" x VA" hinges 



one set In a case, track bundled separately - 
net weight, 126 lbs 



set SX2610A-6D (for 6-door insttillation) consists of: 



2 — X2610-E end brackets 

2 — X2610-I intermediate brackets 

2 — X2650-C brackets 

2 — X2610 hangers 

specify width of opening 



3 — 1055 6" chain bolts 
3 — 1057 6" foot bolts 

1 — 1260'/2 no. 4 thumb latch 

2 — 1257 no. 3 pulls 

2 — X2641EC end caps 



2 pieces — X2641 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening} 

3 pairs — 737 hinges 

3 pairs — 241 J 4" x 4" hinges 
3 pairs — 734 4" x 2V2" hinges 



one set in a case, track bundled separately - 
net weight, 158 lbs 



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folding sliding garage door sets 
for doors opening out 



SX2610D-2D 
SX26100-4D 



slee] — iapannmd 
trolley brigfif zinc platsd 



with 16 gauge trolley track 




4-deor inttallatien 



SX2610D.4D (oultide view) 



uses for openings with two or four doors not over 2" in thickness, 4' in width or 150 pounds in weight • doors 
should be of equal width • headroom required above top of door is 7'^" 

recommended where condition will not permit swinging single doors to both sides of the opening; also for a four- 
door opening of 16' without center posts • on an 8' opening it oliov/s two 4' x 8' doors to fold and slide to one 
jamb leaving the opposite jamb free 

doors are hinged together with full surface offset hinges, and are hung from the jamb on extra heavy full surface 
T- hinges • doors operate on four-wheel hangers provided with vertical adjustment and fitted with a ball bearing 
on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels 

the track is perfectly straight, providing an excellent bearing surface for the double truck trolley wheels • it is 
held firmly in brackets fitted with track clamps • the extension brackets are easily adjusted, permitting doors to 
stand open either at 90° or any angle up to ISO*^ 

■•e opposite page for items in sers 



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III illf 

RH HUPS 



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SX26rOD-2D (inside view) 



set SX2610D-2D (for 2-door installation) consists of: 




1 



I 



n 






set SX26T0D-4O (for 4 -door instollation) consists of two complete sets SX2610D-2D with the addition of . 
pair padlock eyes 1245 no. 3 and one pair floor guides 2550 



one set in a case, track bundled separately — 
SX2610D-2D weight 53 lbs 



specify width of opening 



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folding sliding garage door sets 

"under-soffit" 

for doors opening in or out 



SX2613 comb.nat.ons ,^„^y fc^.^^^, ^;„^ p^^^^ 



with 16 gauge trolley track 




outside view 
doors opening 



outside view 
doors opening ou 



set SX2613-3D inside view — doors opening in 



uses for openings with from three to six doors not over 2" in thickness, 3' 
should be of equal width • no headroom is required 



/idth or 150 pounds in weight • doors 



construction the two end doors are hinged to the jambs on extra heavy full surface T-hinges for three door 
installations and full surface offset hiinges for 4, 5 and 6 door installations • the center door is hinged to either 
end door on full surface offset hinges • the center doors of each group of three doors for the four, five or six 
door installations are similarly joined to the third door in each group hinged with full mortise butt hinges 

the track is screwed to the underside of the soffit or header and is fastened at the ends by brackets attached to the 
side jambs • only seven screws ore necessary to mount the trock for an 8' opening • the track also acts as a stop 

the four wheel hanger is attached to the door by a rigid arm fastened to the top rail • hanger is adjustable ver- 
tically • furnished with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • doors slide easily and 
quietly 

the folding doors ore fastened at top and bottom with chain and foot bolts • the passage door (on three and four 
door sets) is equipped with a thumb latch having a padlock attachment which permits locking the door from either 
side • on five and six door sets, the thumb latch is applied between the two groups of doors 

see opposite page for items and application 

where it is desired to use two 4' x 8' doors to fold on one side, use set SX261 3 '/i -2D; for four doors, two doors folding 

to each side, use 5X261372-40 (see page 0-24) 



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folding sliding garage door hardware 

"under-soffit" 

for doors opening in or out 



23 



let SX2613-3D {for 3-door installation) consists of: 




specify width of opening 




tscMenal view 
■howing applicalittn of chain 
bolt • door in closed poii- 
tien agointr track which 
>»rv«t a% a ttop 




secHonal vfaw 
showing how trock it applied 
under toffit 



one set in a case, frock bundled separately, weight 
40 lbs 



set SX2613-4D (for 4-door installation) consists of: 

1 piece — X2643 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening) 
3 pairs — 737 hinges 
l'/2 pairs — 241J 4" x 4" hinges 
l'/2 pairs — 734J 4" x S'/j" hinges 



1 pair — X2613-ER brackets 
"i — X2613 hanger with rigid arm 

2 — 1055 6" chain bolts with filler plates 
2 — 1057 6" foot bolts 

1 — 1260'/2 no. 4 thumb latch 

2 — 1257 no. 3 pulls 

one set in a case, track bundled separately 
50 lbs 



specify width of opening 



weight 



set SX2613-5D (for 5-door instoKation) consists of: 

1 pair — X2613-ER brackets 

2 — X2613 hangers with rigid arms 
2 — 1055 6" chain bolts with filler plates 

2 — 1057 6" foot bolts 
1 — 1260'/2 no. 4 thumb latch 

3 — 1257 no. 3 pulls 

specify width of opening one set in a case, track bundled separately, weiqht 

77 lbs ■ 



2 pieces — X2643 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening) 

3 pairs — 737 hinges 

l'/2 pairs — 241 J 4" x 4" hinges 
3 pairs — 734 4" x S'/z" hinges 



setSX2613-6D (for6-door installation) consists of; 

1 pair— X2613-ER brackets 

2 — X2613 hangers with rigid arms 

3 — 1055 6" chain bolts with filler plates 
3 — 1057 6" foot bolts 
1 — 1260'/2 no- 4 thumb latch 
3 — 1257 no. 3 putis 

specify width of opening one set in a case, track bundled separately, weiaht 

85 lbs ^ 



2 pieces — X2643 trolley track 
(length depends on size opening) 

3 pairs — 737 hinges 

3 pairs — 241J 4" x 4" hinges 
3 pairs — 734 4" x SYz" hinges 



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folding sliding garage door sets 

"under- soffit" 

for doors opening out 



5X26131/2-20 
SX26131/2-4D 



steel — iapantmd, 

trolley bright zinc pfated 



with 16 gauge trolley track 



8' opening 



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doori are entirely clear of the opening when 
standing open at 90" moktng thii an ideal 
arrongement where sideroom or front wollspace 





showing doors opened at 180° 



set SX2613<4-4D outside view 



uses for 8' openings using two 4' x 8' doors and 16' openings using four 4' x 8' doors, not over 2" In thickness 
or 150 pounds in weight • no headroom is required 

construction the doors which are hinged to the jambs are equipped with full surface offset hinges • the doors 
which are hinged together are equipped with full surface hinges, which permit them to lie almost flat against each 
other • when open at 90°, all doors are clear of the opening • hardware permits doors to be opened at 180° 

the track is screwed to the underside of the soffit or header and fastened at the ends by brackets attached to the 
side jambs • on 16' openings the track is supported in the center by two track supports attached to the soffit • the 
track is perfectly straight, providing an excellent bearing surface for the double truck trolley wheels • the track 
also acts as a stop 

the four-wheel hanger is attached to the door by a hinged arm, fastened to the top rail • hanger is adjustable 
vertically • furnished with a boll bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels 

doors are fastened at top and bottom by a locking bolt provided with a cylinder, one for each pair of doors • a 
slight turn of the key unlocks the bolt and a turn of either the outside or inside handle releases it • it is possible to 
master-key the bolt with the locks on the house so that one key can be used for both 

bumper shoes protect edges of the door, and the door guides make it easy to close them 

see opposite page for items and application 



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1 



folding sliding garage door sets 

''under-soffit" 

for doors opening out 



25 



set SX26T3'/2-20 consists of: 



^& 




I 



V, 



lONLVNO. X26l3-Sa 
STOP AND BRACKET 



■tt SX2613<A-4D contislf of two 



»•(» a> above, with tha addition of door guide X26I3-G 



on oxtra ^W of bu.p. .hoe. 2556 (, pai, in mu^r:^;^:^^^::^:::^^^^ 





seetionot view 
showing bolt head engaged with 
track, which with braclcet serve. 
at a .top 




(hewing operation of hanger 
X2613'/2 with hinged e 

when hanger boll strike, troek brocket it arrests 
travel of honger, .winging door into cloied 
po.ition behind the guide 



one set tn a case, weights; SX2613'/2-2D, 2 5 'A lbs- 
SX2613-4D, 50 lbs 

track bundled separately, weigtit, 8' opening, 12 'A lbs 






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sectional view 
showing how track is opplied under 
soffit; also application of door guide 



showing applicotion of 
bracket X2613-ER 



specify exact width of opening between finished iambs 



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26 



folding sliding garage door hardware 
hanger and bracket set 



SX2610 



steel — japanned, troHey bright zinc plated 



set consists of: 



swivel trolley hanger 



"ii|rtf 



PI 

^^ 1 ONLY NO X!610-l ^ 




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pCTifl 



^Ht 



!/ 



■X" 



I 



stctional view 
hanger X2610, bracket 
X2650-C and trolley track 
X2641 




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^32- 



X2641 (IS gauge) 

for doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot IVa lbs. 



•xtention brackets furnbhed with the "hold-fa>t" clamp featured on page 0-46 



uses for openings up to 16' wide x 8' high with two to six doors 
up to 2" in thickness, 150 pounds in weight • headroom required above 
top of door is 7Va" 



construction the four-wheel hanger is the most vital working part of 
the set and, as such, no effort has been spared to make it the finest obtain- 
able • it is equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller beor- 
ings in the wheels, providing absolute freedom from squeaking or binding 
• provided with both vertical and lateral adjustment, which can be set 
at any position • diameter of wheels, 2 '/a" • apron, 7%" x 2" x 
2 -gauge • projection, 2 Vie*' 

the extension brockets are furnished with the "hold-fast" clamp, which clamps the track firmly In the brackets • they 
are easily adjusted • the other bracket is so designed that tightening the lag screw, when mounting it, draws it 
tightly around the track, holding the track firmly In place • brackets should be spaced 2' on centers 

with this set it is possible to make various combinations, such as sets SX2610A and D (see pages 0-18 to 0-21) 

one complete set in a box with carriage bolts and lag screws, six sets in a cose • case weight, 68 lbs 




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with adjustable hangers 

for doors IVs" to Vh" in thickness 




set SX2650 consists of: 

1 pair hangers X2650 
3 brackets X2650-C 

2 end cops X2641-EC 
with bolts and lag screws 



Straight sliding garage 

door hardware 
hanger and bracket sets 



27 



with non-adjustable hangers 
for doors 1%" to 2" in thickness 




set SX26S0V2 consists of: 

1 pair hangers X2650'/2 
3 brackets X2650-C 

2 end caps X2641-EC 
with bolts and lag screws 




appljfld to born 



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X2641 (16 gauge) 

for doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot iVa lbs. 



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uses for doors up to 350 lbs in weight 



construction brackets are so designed that tightening the lag screws, 
when mounting, draws them tightly around the track, holding the track 
firmly in place • brackets should be spaced 2' on centers 

set SX2650 • four-wheel hanger is equipped with a ball bearing on the 
swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • hanger is made with both ver- 
tical and lateral adjustment, which can be set at any position • aprons 
provide bearing surface on each side of the door • see page 0-34 

set SX2650'/2 • four-wheel hanger is made with aprons hinged, 
allowing a swing-out feature • aprons provide bearing surface on each 
side of the door • see page 0-35 



one complete set in a box, six sets in a case • weights: SX2650, 8 lbs; SX2650'/2, 7Vl lbs per set 
track furnished separately in 4', 6', 7', 8', 9', 10' and 12' lengths 
furnished in japanned finish, trolley bright zinc plated 



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28 



straight sliding garage 

door hardware 
hanger and bracket set 



SX2654 steel — iapanned, trothy bright xinc platmtt 



with adjustoble hangers 
for doors IH" Iq 214" in thicltness 




with swing-out faaturc 

set consists of: 

1 pair hangers X2654 
3 brackets X2650-C 

2 end capsX2641-EC 

wifh necessary bolts and lag screws 



uses for doors up to 350 pounds in weight 




construction brackets are so designed that tightening the lag screws, 
when mounting, draws them tightly around the track, holding the track 
firmly in place • brackets should be spaced 2' on centers 

hanger is equipped with roller bearings in the wheels • vertical adjust- 
ment is easily made by an adjusting bolt, located on the surface, by screw- 
ing one nut on each hanger • lateral adjustment is provided for various 
door thicknesses 

a swing -out feoture is also incorporated • aprons provide bearing sur- 
face on both sides of doors • see page 0-35 

one complete set in a box • weight 8 lbs 

track furnished separately In 4', 6', 7', 8', 9', 10' and 12' lengths 



' 1^32- 

X2641 (16 gauge} 

for doors Up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot IV3 lbs. 




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wilh side wall brackets 



steel — iapanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



with center overhead brackets 



>«ctionq| vi«w itcHonal view 

(howing tid* wall showing cenler over* 

bracket hood brocket 




sectional view 
showing std« woll bfockel 
for three parallel doors 




inside view (SX2651) 



aoors Closed one door partly open 

uses for openings 16' wide with two doors from 1 Ya" to 2!4" in thickness and up to 350 pounds in weight • also 
avoiloble on order for other width openings and three doors (see sectional view) • headroom required above top 
of opening when side brackets are used, 9Va" for two-door installation and lOVi" for three-door installation 

construction doors slide on double truck hangers equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings 
in the wheels • hanger is made with both vertical and lateral adjustment which can be set in any position • aprons 
provide bearing surface on each side of the door • track brackets are spaced 2' on centers 



set consists of: 




4 PIECES X2641 
2 PAIRS X2650 8' TROLLEY TRACK 
HANGERS 



4 ONLY 1271 

OOORPUILS VrooR GUIDE 

4 PAIRS 2556 

BUMPER SHOES 



one set in a case, weight, 52 lbs 

track bundled separately, weight 53 lbs 



FOR SET 

SX2651 

TRACK BRACKETS 



specify width of opening if not 16' 



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30 



hangers 
for folding sliding garage doors 



2526 



steel — japanned^ axle bright zinc plated 



uses for folding sliding doors ]¥&" to IVa" in thickness and up to 125 
pounds in weight, using flat track 2540 • headroom required above top 
of door is 6" 

construction roller bearings in the wheels reduce friction, insuring easy 
operation of doors • hanger is locked to rail so that it cannot jump the 
track 



swivel type hanger with vertical adjustment provided 
permits the doors to close tightly into the rabbet 



the offset bracket 



diameter of wheel 3 Vis"/ bracket S'/a" x 2H" x 1%" x 11 gauge 




one pair in a box with bolts, nuts and washers 



weight per pair 4 lbs 



2531 



steel — japanned, ax/e bright zinc ptatmd 



uses for folding sliding doors up to 2" in thickness and up to 125 pounds 
in weight, using flat track 2540 • headroom required above top of door 



construction roller bearings in the cast iron wheels reduce friction, 
insuring easy operation of doors • hanger is locked to rail so that it cannot 
jump the track 

swivel type hanger provided with easy vertical adjustment 

diameter of wheels 2'/2", bracket 614" x 2" x 7 gauge 



one pair in a box with bolts, nuts and washers 



weight per pair 6 lbs 




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hangers 

for rolling and folding sliding 

garage doors 



31 



steel — japanned, axle 
hright zinc p/orfecf 



2525 



uses for rolling doors P/s" to 214" in thickness, up to 125 pounds 
in weight using flat track 2540 • heodroom required above top of 
door is 6" 

construction roller bearings in the wheels reduce friction, insuring 
easy operation of doors • hanger is locked to rail so that if cannot 
jump the track 

swivel type hanger with vertical adjustment provided by slotted bolt 
holes in the apron 

diameter of wheel GVie", apron 6" x I'A" x 6 gauge 

weight per pair 4 lbs 



one pair in a box with 
bolts, nuts and washers 




steel — iapanned, axle 
kright zinc plated 



2530 



uses for rolling doors P/a" to 2'^" in thickness, up to 125 pounds 
In weight, using flat track 2540 • headroom required above top of 
door is 5" 

construction roller bearings in the cast iron wheels reduce friction, 
insuring easy operation of doors • hanger is locked to rail so that it 
cannot jump the track 

swivel type hanger with vertical adjustment provided by slotted bolt 
holes in the apron 

diameter of wheels 2'/2", apron 6" x I'/i" x 6 gauge 

one pair in a box with weight per pair 5 lbs 

bolts, nuts and washers 




steel — iapanned, axle 
hright zinc plated 



2532 



uses for rolling doors P/a" to 2'^" in thickness, up to 125 pounds 
in weight, using flat track 2540 • headroom required above top of 
door is 5" 

construction roller bearings in the cast Iron wheels reduce friction, 
Insuring easy operation of doors • hanger is locked to rail so that it 
cannot jump the track 

swivel type hanger • designed to permit easy vertical adjustment 

diameter of wheels 21/2", apron 7" x 2" x 7 gauge 

one pair in a box with weight per pair 6 lbs 

bolts, nuts and washers 



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hangers 
for straight sliding doors 


32 


«e«-r **«®' ~ iopatwed, axle 
2527 |,,;gh, ^,„c p/a,ec/ 



uses for straight sliding doors 1%" to 2" in thickness and up to 
250 pounds in weight, using flat track 2540 

construction equipped with roller bearings which reduce friction 
and insure easy operation of the doors 
hinged apron permits swing-out feature 
diameter of wheel 3", long apron 5%" x 2 'A" x 14 gouge 
short apron 2 '/a" x 2!A" x 14 gauge 

one pair in a box weight per pair 5 lbs 

with carriage bolts 



2528 



steel — iapanned, axle 
bright zinc plated 



uses for straight sliding doors not over 1%" in thickness or 250 
pounds in weight, using flat track 2540 

easily installed, as hangers attach to only one side of the door • only 
three bolts are necessary to mount hangers 

construction roller bearings in wheels reduce friction, insuring 
easy operation of door • hanger Is locked to the rail so that it cannot 
jump the track • made with a lug which accurately locates position 
on door 

diameter of wheel 3 Vie", overall length lOya", apron SYi" (from lip) 
X 3" X 11 gauge 

one pair in a box weight per pair 6 lbs 

with bolts 



steel — (apanned, axle 
bright zinc plated 



uses for straight sliding doors not over Wi" in thickness or 250 
pounds in weight, using flat track 2540 

easily installed, as hangers attach to only one side of the door • only 
three bolts are necessary to mount hanger 

construction roller bearing in wheels reduce friction, insuring easy 
operation of doors • hanger is locked to the rail so that it cannot 
jump the track • made with a lug which accurately locates position 
on door 

when the door is hanging in its parallel position, the hanger is perfectly 
rigid, there being no vibration • should anything bump against the 
door, the flexible feature comes into play and allows the door to swing 
out 

diameter of wheel 3 Vie", overall length lOye", apron Z'/z" x 5%" 
X 7 gauge 

one pair in a box weight per pair 8 lbs 

with bolts 




with twing-out feature 





with swing-out feature 



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(cctional view 



hangers 
for straight sliding doors 


O 


33 


-> steel — aprons {apanned X2645 



\'Hz- 

X2641 I1GK4UKO! 

for doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot P. J lbs. 



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irees an inexpensive hanger for light parallel sliding doors • for use on one run of trolley track X2641 (16 gauge 
• simple In design, trouble-proof and easy to install 

construction the cast iron wheels are equipped with roller bearings • vertical adjustment is provided by slotted 
bott holes in the apron 

diameter of wheels 2Vt'', apron 6" x 2V2" x 7 gauge 

one pair in a box with screws weight per pair 3 lbs 




steel — aprons japanned I X2646 



■ — i^-H 

X2641 (leedxK'i 

for doors up to 350 lt)s. 
»»fight per foot TVilbt. 



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••dional view 



-^Vrh-Va-fi4'' 



uses an inexpensive hanger for light parallel sliding doors • for use on one run of trolley track X2641 (16 gauge) 
» simple in design, trouble-proof and easy to install 



construction the cost iron wheels ore equipped with roller bearings • apron made with a lug which accurately 
locates position on door 

diameter of wheels 2'/8^ apron 5" x VA" x 11 gouge 

one pair in a box with screws 



weight per pair 2Y2 lbs 



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hangers 
for straight sliding doors 



X2650 
BBX2650 



steel — japanned, trolley 
hrighi zinc plated 



k^\k- 



(^^32- 

X2641 ;i6»!^"K-- 
tofdoorsuptoSSOibs. 
wei|ht per foot I'll lis . 



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•^'iif^'/k-{^ 




X2650 
virh adjustable feature 



X2650 
bracket X26S0-C and 
trolley Irock X264T 



uses for single or parallel sliding doors 1%" to iVi" in thickness and up to 350 pounds in weight • aprons 
provide bearing surface on both sides of the door 

construction X2650 equipped with a boll bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • BBX2650 
equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and ball bearings in the wheels 
made with both vertical and lateral adjustment which can be set in any position 

diameter of wheels 2V8", long apron S'/j" x 3%" x 12 gauge, short apron 2yB" x 3%" x 12 gauge 
one pair in a box; twelve pairs in a case; weight per pair 5 lbs 

with stove and carriage bolts 



XY2650 
BDXY2650 



steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



■mi^- 



-i^» 



XY264i(i4Kd«ie<^] 
far doors up to 450 lb$ 
weight per foot 2 Ibt. 



2%^ 



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hanger BBXY2650 
bracket X2650-C and 
Irallev track XY2641 



uses for single or parallel sliding doors IVa" to IVi" in thickness and up to 450 pounds in weight • aprons 
provide bearing surface on both sides of the door 

construction XY2650 equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • BBXY2650 
equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and ball bearings in the wheels 
made with both vertical and lateral adjustment, which can be set in any position 

diameter of wheels IVs", long apron 7" '/le" x 4" x 10 gauge, short apron 2 "Vis" x 4" x 10 gauge 
one pair In a box; six pairs in a case; weight per pair 7 lbs 

with stove and carriage bolts 



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hangers 
for straight sliding doors 



35 




steel — /aponn«4 trolley 
bright zinc plated 



XiSSOYi 



saclionot vmw 

hani» X2650<A, 

brocket X2650-C and 

trolley Irock X2641 



\'Hi-\* 

X26'll(ieE«ui:«f 

for doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per footlViIbi, 



•^■ici^'/b-Ayi] 



with (wing-oul feature 



uses for single or parallel sliding doors 1%" to 2" In thickness and up to 350 pounds In weight • aprons pro- 
vide bearing surface on both sides of the door 

construction mode with one-piece saddle for the double truck, insuring added strength • aprons are hinged, 
allowing a ^wing-out feature 

equipped with roller bearing wheels without adjustment 

diameter of wheels 2'^^ long apron S'A" x 3'^" x 12 gauge, short apron 2y8" x 3V4" x 12 gauge 
one pair in a box; twelve pairs in a case; weight per pair 4 lbs 

with stove and carriage bolts 




r X2654 
bracket X2650-C and 
trolley track X2641 




steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



X2654 



-|^%2 



X2641 lie 
(or doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot IV] lb t. 



Z%1 



^y-'/Or 



with twing-out feolure 



uses for straight sliding doors W^" to 2Va" in thickness and up to 350 pounds In weight 

construction equipped with roller bearings in the wheels • vertical adjustment is easily made by an adjust- 
ing bolt located on the surface • the door can be raised by simply screwing up on the two nuts, one on each hanger 
lateral adjustment is provided In the apron for various door thicknesses • aprons provide a bearing surface on 
both sides of the door • a swing-out feature is also incorporated 

diameter of wheels IV^" , long apron 6" x VA" x 10 gauge, short apron \W x ZVi" x 10 gauge 
one pair in a box; six pairs in a case; weight per pair 7 lbs 

with stove and carriage bolts 



[STANLEY] 



36 



hangers 
for heavy-folding-sliding doors 



Y2610 
W2610 



steel — (aptmned, with trolley 
bright zinc plated 





SY2610A-3D 
. . „ SY2610A-4,>4D 

W.-2i SY2610A-SD 

r 



SY3610A'4D 
SY2610A-5D 
SY2610A-6D 



■•• pag«» 0-38, 0-39 



seclienal vi«w 
I Keighl raquirvd wilhW264l track ^ 
(13 gaugs) (Vt'' le» for 14 gauge track) 



-2^6- 



Y2641 (14 Kauge] 
far doors up to 700 Ibi. 
weight per foot, 3 lbs. 



3'/4. 



-25^- 



W2641 (13 gauge) 
ror doors up to 1 000 lbs- 
weight per foot, 4 Ibt. 



3'/4 



'% 



•-Jt- 



diameter of wheelt, 3" 



uses for folding sliding doors of warehouses, Industrial buildings, public garages, etc • using trolley track 
Y264i (14 gouge} with Y2610 for doors weighing not more than 250 pounds and trolley track W2641 (13 gauge) 
with W2610 for doors weighing not more than 350 pounds 



construction equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings In the wheels • made with both 
vertical and lateral adjustment, which can be set in any position • the bracket and saddle are made of extra 
heavy malleable iron • the double truck trolley for hanger W2610 is extra heavy 

available with ball bearings on the swivel and in the wheels under numbers BBY2610 and BBW2610 

diameter of wheels 3*', bracket 8%" x 3V*" x 14" 



one pair in a box with carriage bolts 



weight per pair Y2610 9'/2 lbs, W2610 lO'/i lbs 



[STANLEY] 



^ 




-2Ve- 



W2641 (13 gauge) 
for doors up la 1000 tbs. 
weight per foot, 4 lbs 



3'/4 



•% 



It 



hangers 
for heavy-straight-sliding doors 



37 



— japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



Y2650 
nos. 1 ond 2 

BBY2650 
nos. 1 and 2 

W2650 

BBW2650 



> , trcxiey4td 

tflOyniDEOT TRACK 
^ ^ BRACKET 



F[--DOORroiWa 

f^ HLWXAP(BDHIM1| 




^STRAIGHT SLIDING 

SmOLE. ■ OOUtUOftTMPLE JINQLL OH DOUftU 

SHOWING VARIOUS TVm Of 'SUKLEY TRACK BRACKETS RLCOMMtNOE.0 FOR USE 
WITH STANLEY' HEAVY DUTY SLIDIHO DOOR HANGERS 

Y2650 "SEP wm mmt tox track Yawi (koa ) W2650 with stakuy ttwik wffi4i fl3GA,> 



A-SiE 



uses for heavy single or parallel sliding doors of warehouses. Industrial 
buildings, public garages, etc, using trolley track Y2641 (14 gauge) for Y2650 
or BBY2650 no 1 for \%" to IVb" doors, weighing up to 700 pounds; no 
2 for 2" to 3" doors, weighing up to 700 pounds • trolley track W2641 
(13 gauge) for W2650 or BBW2650 for 2Va" to Sya" doors, weighing up 
to 1000 pounds 



construction Y2650 and W2650 equipped with a ball bearing on the 
swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • the saddle is made of heavy 
malleable iron • the double truck trolley for hanger W2650 is extra 
heavy • aprons provide bearing surface on both sides of the door • 
BBY2650 and BBW2650 made the same as Y2650 and W2650 except 
wheels have ball bearings 

made with vertical and lateral adjustment, which can be set in any position 

BBY2650-Y2650 diameter of wheels 3", long apron 7 ' i/ie" x 4" x 10 gauge, short aprons 2 i Vis" x 4" x 10 gauge 
BBW2650-W2650 diameter of wheels 3", long apron 9 'A" x 4" x 7 gauge, short apron IVa" x 4" x 7 gauge 



one pair in a box with stove and carriage bolts 



weight per pair; BBY2650-Y2650 13 lbs; BBW2650- 
W2650 18 lbs 



[STANLEY] 



J 



38 



heavy-folding-sliding door sets 
opening in or out 



openings to 9' wide 
SY2610A-3D 



steel — iapannmd, frothy 
bright zinc pitted 



uses for three doors 125 to 175 pounds In weight using trolley track Y2641 
(14 gauge) 

construction set (for doors opening in} consists of: one only Y2610 hanger; 
one each of Y2610-C, Y2610-I and Y2610-E brackets; one 8' piece Y2641 
track; one only 1055J 6" chain bolt; one only 101 OK 18" cane bolt; one only 
1257J no 3 pull; one and one half pairs each of 737J, 241 J 4" x A" and 
732J 4" X 4" hinges 

set (for doors opening out) same as above except specify hinges 734J 
A" X A" in place of hinges 732J 

for doors 2" thick^ hinges 241 J 5" x 5" are required for the service door 
one set in a case, weight per complete set, 65 lbs 

track bundled separately 

specify door thiclcness and wliether doors open in or out 



suggested layouts 



3 doors 



^ 



tY26ioc {Yieetoi Yaewc j 



Y26t0 fVm 



"^l 







doort opftning In 



openings to 12' wide 
SY2610A-4D 



steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



uses for four doors 125 to 175 pounds in weight using trolley track 
Y2641 (14 gauge) 

construction set (for doors opening in) consists of: one only Y2610 hanger; 
one each Y2610-C, Y2610-I, Y2610-E brackets; one 8' piece Y2641 track; 
two only 1055 J 6" chain bolts; two only 101 OK 18" cane bolts; two only 
1257J no 3 pulls; one and one-half pairs each of BB1456J 24", 241 J 4" 
X 4", 732J A" X 4" and 734J 4" x 4" hinges 

set (for doors opening out) same as above except specify hinges 734J A" x 4" 
in place of hinges 732J 

for doors 2" thick, hinges 241 J 5" x 5" are required for the service door 
one set in a case, weight per complete set, 80 lbs 

track bundled separately 

specify door thickness and whether doors open in or out 



4 doors 

rVMtoc rV»«»o' rva«o t 




openings to 1 2' wide 
SY2610A-4V^D 



steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



uses for four doors 125 to 175 pounds in weight using trolley track 
Y2641 {14 gauge) 

construclion set (for doors opening in) consists of: two only Y2610 
hangers; two each of Y2610-C, Y2610-1 and Y2610-E brackets; two 8' 
pieces Y2641 track; two only 1055J 6" chain bolts; two only 101 OK 18" 
cane bolts; two only 1257 no 3 pulls; three pairs each of BB1456J 24" 
and 732J 4" x 4" hinges; two pairs 2556J bumper shoes; one only 2550J 
floor guide 

set (for doors opening out) same as above except specify hinges 734J in 
place of hinges 732J 

one set in a case, weight per complete set, 135 lbs 

track bundled separately 

specify door thickness and whether doors open in or out 



[STANLEY] 



4 doors 
viftti ,v26ioc rvzeni 



^S 



, TJOTM. rlCDtuI rT^BKK 

* vauft 



II 



V 13! 



■>•■ -H 



^r-'^ 



suggested layoufs 




heavy-folding-sliding door sets 
doors opening in or out 



39 



openings to 15' wide 

steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zmc plated 



SY2610A-5D 



doors opening in 



uses for five doors 125 to 175 pounds in weight using trolley 
track Y2641 {14 gouge) 

construction set (for doors opening in) consists of: two only 
Y2610 hangers; two each of Y2610-C, Y2610-I and Y2610-E 
brackets; two 8' pieces Y2641 track; two only 1055J 6" chain bolts; 
two only 101 OK 18" cone bolts; three only 1257J no 3 pulls; three 
pairs each of BBI456J 24" and 732J 4" x 4" hinges; one and one- 
half pairs 734J 4" x 4" offset hinges; two pairs 2556J bumper 
shoes; one only 2550J floor guide 

set (for doors opening out) same as above except specify hinges 
734J 4" X 4" in place of hinges 732J 

one set in a case, weight per complete set, 140 lbs 

track bundled separately 

specify door thickness and whether doors open in or out 



6 doors 

_v»ioc. vagioi J vaeto e 




openings to 16' wide 

steel — iapanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



SY2610A-6D 



uses for six doors 125 to 175 pounds In weight using trolley 
track Y2641 (14 gauge) 

construction set (for doors opening in) consists of: two only 
Y2610 hangers; two each of Y2610-C, Y2610-I and Y2610-E 
brackets; two 8' pieces Y2641 track; three only 1055J 6" chain 
bolts; three only 101 OK 18" cane bolts; three only 1257J no 3 pulls; 
three pairs each of BB1456J 24", 732J 4" x 4" and 734J 4" x 4*" 
hinges 

set (for doors opening out) same as above except specify hinges 
734J ,4" X 4" in place of hinges 732J 

one set in a case, 

track bundled separately 

specify door thickness and whether doors open in or out 



weight per complete set, 150 lbs 



ball bearing hinge 
BB1456J 24" 




where sideroom permits, hinges can be set back 
to allow all doors to stand clear of opening 
other items described elsewhere in the catalog 
note 

for doors over 175 pounds per door, similar sets are available in SW2610A combinations with 13-gauge track, 

hangers, brackets and other items proportionately heavier 

all sets based on doors not over 10' high • for higher doors, one additional hinge per door is required for each 

2'/2 feet or fraction thereof in height 



[STANLEY] 



o 


hangeris 
for rolling doors "round-the-corner" 


40 


X2605 steei — /aponnec/, troHey bright zinc plated 



uses for rolling doors not 
over 2" in thickness, 3' in width, 
or 150 pounds in weight • 
doors should be of equal width 
• headroom required above 
top of door is 6 'A" 

for complete set of hardware 
and door arrangement see set 
SX2605 on page 0-17 



-, " ' 


^ 


' — \'hl— 

for doors up tD 350 lbs. 
weighlperfoot 1= libs. 


/' 


^iti-'^-\t 






(ftctional view 



construction equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and roller bearings in the wheels • made with both 
vertical and lateral adjustment, which can be set in any position • also available on order with boll bearing wheels 
under number BBX2605 

diameter of wheels 2 14", apron 5V2" x 3'^" x 12 gouge 

one pair in a box with carriage bolts weight per pair 5 lbs 



BBX2605'/2 



steel — japanned, trolley 
bright zinc plated 



" (^^52 



uses for rolling doors not over 2" in thickness, 3' in 
width or 150 pounds in weight • doors should be of 
equal width • headroom required above top of door 

7'/4" 

for complete set of hardware and door arrangement see set SX2605 on page 0-17 



n 



X2641 i16k^i-«.- 
tor doors up to 350 lbs 
weight per foot P jibs 



Z%i 







construction equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel and ball bearings in the wheels • made with both 
vertical and lateral odjustment, which can be set in any position 

diameter of wheels lya", apron 5/2" x 3'A" x 12^ gauge 

one pair in a box with carriage bolts weight per pair V/j lbs 



[STANLEY] 




^ 



I 



4%" 



double 




4H' 



2^1 



^^= 



-i'Hi 



-^ 



^1 



"52 — 

X2G41 tiCE^.i:.-} 
lor doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per toot IV] lbs. 

2%: 

XV2641U4E4UBe) 

'lor doors up to 4S0 lbs. 
ightperfoot2lbs. 



trolley trucks 
for overhead carrier systems 



41 



steel — bright zinc plated 



XT2600 



single 



uses for use with trolley track X2641 (16 gauge) or XY2641 (14 gouge) 



construction equipped with a ball bearing on the swivel 

XT2600 furnished with roller bearings in the wheels; BBXT2600 with bolt 
bearings 

made with a vertical adjustment which con be set in any position • Y and 
W types available for steel doors 



one pair in a box 



weight per pair 2 lbs 



steel — hright zinc plated BBXT2600y2 




-\'%z-- 



X264til6KJuc<M 

for doors up to 350 tbs. 
weight per foot tVj lbs. 

2%2 

Xy2641(14B*uKel 

for doors up to 450 lbs. 
weight pef loot 2 lbs. 



uses for use with trolley track X2641 (16 gauge) 

construction equipped with a boll bearing on the swivel and ball 
bearings in the wheels 

made with vertical adjustment, which can be set in any position 

one pair in a box weight per pair, 2 'A lbs 



[STANLEY] 



^ 



42 



trolley trucks 
for overhead carrier systems 



double 



X2655 



steel — hnghf zinc pfated 



uses for overhead carriers using trolley track X2641 (16 gauge) 

construction equipped with a plain bearing swivel and roller bearings in 
the wheels 

diameter of wheels 2 '/a", length of eye bolt 4%", inside diameter of eye 1" 
one in a box weight each, T/2 lbs 




^ l'%2-f> 

far doors up tD 350 lbs. 
weight per foot IVj lbs. I ir 

XY2641lt4Ba.iKel 

for doors up to 450 lbs. 
weight per foot 2 lbs. 



t^ 



,1 



X2655-2 



steel — bright zitic platBd, 
frame japanned finish 




uses for every industrial overhead carrier system using trolley track X2641 (16 gauge} or XY264] (14 gauge) 
• will carry loads up to 350 pounds, smoothly and efficiently 

construction equipped with a ball bearing swivel and roller bearing wheels • ball bearing wheels furnished 
on order 

diameter of wheels lYs", length and width of frame 7%" x 1 Yi", length of eye bolt 4%", inside diameter of eye V/t" 

one set in a box weight per set, 4 lbs 



[STANLEY] 



A 



13 interlocking 
tBctien 



flat track 



steel — japanned 




showing braced 




made of wrought steel T/i" x Vie"; in lengths of 4', 6', 8' and 10' 

free of humps and braced to give rigid, perfectly aligned track surface 

available in 13" sections with interlocking ends • 24 in a box with bolts, nuts and screws • net weight 27 lbs 



stock lengths 
(feet) 



avercige net weight 
per bundle (lbs.) 



4 
6 
8 
10 





steel — t°P<3>^i^^d 



X2641-CT 
Y2641-CT 
W264T-CT 



curved track 




made of wrought steel in one piece with 90° curve • X2641-CT, 16 gauge; Y2641-CT, U gauge: W2641-CT 13 aouae 
X2641-CT made with 24", 30" or 36" radius ' 

Y2641-CT and W2641-CT made only with 36" radius 







X264I.CT (16 gouge) 




Y2641;CT(14 gouge) 


W2641-CT (r3 gouge) 


radius 

weight, each (lbs.) 


24" 
8 


30" 
10 


36" 

12 


36" 

14 


36" 

16 






[Stanley;] 



44 



medium trolley tracks 
"straight as a die" 



-|^^3 



^32- 



X2641 (16 gauge} 

for doors Up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot 1 Vs lbs. 




l^% 



-52 

XY2641 (14 gauge) I 

for cJoors Up to 450 lbs. 
weight per foot 2 lbs. 

2% 



32 



^%^ 






\'H 



32- 



X2643(i6i:aueei 
for doors up to 350 lbs. 
weight per foot IV] lbs. 



32 





made of wrought steel in japanned finish • furnished galvanized on order, at additional cost 

XY2641 will fit any hanger or bracket indicated for use with track X2641 

X2643 has screw holes for no 12 screws on 2' centers • used with "under soffit" sets, on pages 0-22 to 0-25 



stock lengths (feet) 


pieces in a 


bundle 


average net weight 


X2641 X2643 


XY2641 


X2641 X2643 


XY2641 


X2641 X2643 


XY264I 


4 


4 


4 


2 


28 


18 


6 


6 


4 


2 


42 


26 


7 




4 




49 




8 


8 


4 


2 


56 


35 


9 




4 




63 




10 


10 


4 


2 


70 


44 


12 




4 




84 





[STANLEY] 



^ 



heavy trolley track 
"straight as a die" 



45 



23/f6" 



Y2641 {14 gauge) 
for doors up to 700 lbs. 
weight per foot, 3 lbs. 



3'/4 




zVa 



W2641 (13 gauge) 

for doors up to tOOO lbs. 

weight per foot, 4 lbs. 



3/4"-J^I5/ 



16 



3'/4 



3/* 



'& 




made of heavy gauge wrought steel in japanned finish • furnished galvanized on order, at additional cost 



stock lengths 


pieces ir a bu 


ndle 


averoge net weight per bundle (ibsj 


(feet) 


Y2641 


W264] 


6 
8 
10 


2 
2 
2 




39 

52 
65 


45 
60 
75 



[STAN LEY J 



46 



track brackets 
for trolley track X2641 (16 gauge) 




X2610-E 
X2610-1 

*X2650-C 
X2650-CS 

*X2651 



end adiustable 

intermediate adjustable . 

center side 

center stop 

center overhead 



*X2651-D 
*X2651-T 
*X2651'/2 
t*X2652 
X2652-D 



*X2652'/2 



center side, double 

center side, triple 

center overhead, double . . . 
center overhead, parallel., 
center overhead, double 

parallel • 

center overhead, parallel. 



packed bulk without screws 

*same brackets used at ends of track with end caps X2641-EC 

twhen desired, attaching plate con be turned lengthwise; put 



furnished in japanned finish 
in a vise and turn into position 



bracket 
X2650-C 




this bracket is designed to prevent rattling 

by its vise-iil(e action 

in tiglitening the lag screw, the sides of the 

bracket are drown tightly around the track, 

holding it rigidly in place • a flat, straight 

surface is thus assured for the hanger, which 

rolls smoothly along the track without 

hitching or binding 

recommended spacing, 2' on centers 

packed 100 in o carton 



end cap 




(installed) 

X2641-EC 

Y2641-EC 

W2641-EC 

fits into the brackets 
at end of track, 
thereby making the 
track bird proof • 
furnished on order 



"hold-fast" 
clamp 




furnished with all brockets except X2650-C, X2650- 
CS,X2652,X2652-DondX2652Vi • the ■'hold-fast" 
clamp consists of o clamping plate with bolt and nut, 
which fits into the track brocket • tightening of the 
nut causes ends of clamping plate to press down 
on the track insuring o rigid, perfectly aligned 
surface for the trolley wheels • any number of 
sections con be joined together into one continuous 
piece of non-rattling track, allowing the wheels to 
roll smoothly and noiselessly • the [oints ore virtuolly 
locked together 



[STANLEY] 




heavy track brackets 
fortrolley track Y2 641 (14 gauge) 




47 



"hold-fast" clamp is furnished with brackets shown below 




Y2610-C 

*Y2610-CS 

Y2610-E 

Y2610-I 

♦Y2651 

*Y265T-D 

*Y2651.T 

t*Y2652 

*Y2652-D 



center side 

center stop 

end odjustable 

intermediate adjustable 

center overhead . . 

center side, double . . . 

center side, triple 

center overhead, parallel or cross ear. 
center overhead, double, cross ear. . . . 



3 

4 

12 

10 

2 

8 

11 

3 

5 



packed bulk without screws 

*same brackets used at ends of track with end caps Y2641-EC 

twhen desired, ottaching plate can be turned lengthwise; put in a vise and turn into position 



furnished in japanned finish 



[STANLEY] 




48 



extra- Keavy track brackets 
for trolley track W2641 (13 gauge) 




i Ai 




"Ko Id-fa if" clamp is furnished with brackets shown below 



t^6 










W2610-C 




*W26iO-C 
W2610-CS 
W2610-E 
W2610-1 
*W265i 
*W2651-D 
*W2651-T 
t*W2652 
*W2652-D 



center side 

center stop 

end adjustable 

intermediate adjustable. 

center overhead . 

center side, double 

center side, triple 

center overhead, parallel or cross ear. 
center overhead, double, cross ear 



4 

5 

13 

10 

4 

9 

13 

4 

7 



packed bulk without screws 

*same brackets used at ends of track with end caps W2641-EC 

fwhen desired, attaching plate can be turned lengthwise; put in a vise and turn into position 



furnished in japanned flmsh 



[STANLEY] 



floor door guides and bumper shoes 
for sliding shoes 



49 



single 



single adjustment 




guid« 255T no 3 
bumper ihoei 2556 




guide 2550 
bumper shoes 2556 



triple 

ctdjuitabte for doors up to IVa" in thicltm 



double 

doors up ro 3* in thklcneis 




guide 2551 no 2 
bumper shoes 2556 



single 

adjustable for doors up lo 2Vi" in rhickness 





center guide and stop 2552 
bumper shoes 2556 



2549 
2550 

2551 no 2 
no 3 
2552 
2556 



size (inches) 



3'Vi6x 3'/4 

4'/2 X l'/2 X I'/s 

SYs X 4'/2 

10% X 4'/2 

614 X 4'/2 

3'/2 X 3'/j X Vb 



quantity and size 
of screws 



4 — 3/8 X 2 

4 — 3/8 X 2 

4 — % X 2 

4 ~ 3/8 X 2 

10 — 3/4 X 10 



average net weight 
per each (lbs.) 


average net weight 
per pair (fbs.) 


3Yi 

4 

3 


1 
1/2 

1 



2549 one pair in a box; 2550 one pair in a box wifh lag screws and expansion shields; 2556 six pairs in o box 
w,th wood screws; oil other numbers one in a box with log screws and expansion shields 

wrought steel — furnished in japanned finish (except 2549 which Is galvanized) 



fSTANLEYj 



50 



floor door guides and bumper shoes 
for sliding doors 



double 

odjutlabls for heavy doQrs 
up to 3 '/a" in thkkneii 



single 

adjustable far h«ovy deer« 
up to 3'/^" in thicknen 





guid« YW25S1 
bumper thoet 2556 



center guide and (top YW2552 
bumper itioei 2556 



single 

adjuitable for heovy doors 
up to Z^/i" in thieknest 




double 

for heavy doors 
vp to 2V^'' in thickneii 




end guide and stop YW25S2'A 
bumper shoes 2556 



end guide and step YW2552!4-2 
bumper shoes 2556 



single 

for heovy doors 
p to IVi" in thickness 






ter guide and stop YW25S3 
bumper shoes 2556 







quantity and size 


average net weight 


average net weight 




size (inches) 


of screws 


per each (lbs.) 


per pair (lbs.) 


YW2551 


9^/8 X 4'/2 


4 — y« X 2 


4 1/2 




YW2552 


9 X 5 


4 — y« X 2'/2 


6 'A 




YW2552y2 


5'/2 x3y8 X ]% 


2 — 2 xl6 


3 




\W2552V2-2 


5V2 x 5'/2 X 3 


6- y. X 2 


4 




YW2553 


6 X 3'/2 X 2 


2 — 2 xl6 


2 




2556 


3y2x3'/2x y. 


10— 3/ixlO 




1 



one in a box with lag screws and expansion shields, except 2556 which has six pairs in a box with wood screws 
wrought steel — furnished in japanned finish 



[STANLEY] 



door stops and stay rollers 
for sliding doors 



51 



door stops 



for doors up to 
2" in thickneit 




stop and binder for doors up to 
'2ya" in thkkness 



2546'A 
bumper shoes 2556 



slay rollers 




J^ 




T 



^!i"'''"'"aB't«M?«S» 



adjustable and revers- 
ible for doors up to 
2W in thickness 

u 



number 



1231 

2546 !/2 

2548 

2554 

2557 

2557'/2 

2558 

2559 

2559/2 



e (inches) 



4"/4 X 1 Va 

3 '/4 X 3 X 1 '/4 

BVa X 3 yg X l'/4 

7 X 2 34 X 5'/2 

6x2 X 2'/2 

578 x7V,6X 2'/4 

4'/4 X 7/,g 
5 X V.6 

4'/2 X 3 '/2 X 1 Va 



diameter of wheel 




overage net weight 


(inches) 


size of screws 


each (lbs.) 




ys X 2'/2 


y4 




T/2 X 14 


Vl 




T/4 X 12 


1 


3'/2 


ya X 2'/2 


5 


2y4 


ya X 2 


2Yi 


2 'Vie 


ya X 2'/2 


2'/2 


2 




Vi 


2 




Vi 


2 


I'/z X 14 


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2554 and 2557'/2 packed bulk; other items one-half 
dozen in a box • 2548 and 2559 'A with wood 
screws; 2546 '/2 with wood screws and expansion 
shields; 2557 with lag screws and expansion shields 



furnished tn japanned finish 



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upward-acting doors 





pages 


"roll-up" doors 


6 to 40 


"swing-up" hardware 


41 to 54 


vertical lift hardware 


55 


"slide-up" hardware 


56 to 57 


electric operators 


58 to 59 



SECTION 



Stanley upward-acting doors 

— ore an intagral pad of every hom« — 
— as important and attractive at your front door - 




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upward-acting doors can be used anywhere 




in buildings where metol doors are required 




1 loading platforms and in commercial 





in storage sheds and in barns 



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upward-acting door 
specifications 









"roll-up' 


' doors 














ratidtntial 








number 


width 


hftight 


hectdroom 
required 


sideroom 
required 


approximate 
depth to rear 


>pring. 


page 


2710 ATS, 

271 1 ATS 


8' 
8' 
9' 


6'6\ 7' 

7', 7'6\ 8' 

7' 


9/2" 


4" 
A" 


10' 
door height plus 3' 


torsion 
torsion 


P-10 

P-12 


2711 AHM 


up to 9' 


6 '6" to 8' 


W'A" in front 
nS" in back 


ZVft" 


door height plus 3' 


tension 


P-14 


2711 AHO 
2711 AHOL 
2770 


up to 9' 

up to 9' 

8' 


6'6" to 8' 

6'6'' to 8' 

7' 


9'/2'' 
6'/2'' 
9'/2'' 


A" 
5" 

25/8" 


door height plus 3' 

door height plus 3' 

9'!%" 


tension 
tension 
torsion 


P-16 
P-18 
P-20 









"roll-up* 


' doors 














cemmercicil 








number 


width 


height 


headroom 
required 


sideroom 
required 


approximate 
depth to rear 


springs 


page 


2717 TS 
2717 HL 


8' to 12' 
8' to 12' 


6%" to 12' 
6%" to 10' 


15" 

i minimum 24" 
/maximum 60" 


6" 
6" 


door height plus A' 
door height plus 12" 


torsion 
torsion 


P-22 

P-24 


2718 HM 


8' to 16' 


S'h" to 14' 


n 3" in front 
120" in bock 


35/8" 


door height plus 4' 


tension 


P-26 


2718 HO 
2718 HOL 

2718 HMP 


8' to 16' 
8' to 16' 

8' to 16' 


6' 6" to 14' 
^6" to 12' 

6' 6" to 14' 


13" 

6y2'' 
13" in front 
20" in back 


5" 
5" 

35/8" 


door height plus 4' 
door height plus 4' 

door height plus 4' 


tension 
tension 

tension 


P-28 
P-30 

P-32 


*2712 HM 


up to 24' 


up to 24' 


16" 


hVi" and 8" 


door height plus 19'^" 


tension 


P-34 



*door weight limited to 1000 pounds 



"swing-Up" hardware 

residential 



number 


width 


height 


headroom required 


sideroom required 


weight {lbs.} . 


page 


273 T/2 
2732 
2732 Adi 
2733 


8' 
7' to 8' 
up to 16' 
7' to 16' 


6'6'' to 7' 
6'6" to 7' 
. 7' to 8' 
7' to 8' 


P/a" 

2'/4" 


2'/2" 

3" 
3" 


150 

250 
375 


P-42 

P-46 
P-48 







"swing-up 


" doors and hardware 








number 


width 


height 


door design 


headroom 
required 


required 


poge 


2731 '/2 xlOOl WD 
273T/2 xlOOl C2 
2731 '/2 xlOOl WD 


8' 
8' 
9' 


7' 
7' 
7' 


24 panels, all closed 
24 panels, two glazed 
24 panels, all closed 


IVs" 
P/a" 
P/a" 


2/2" 
2/2" 
2'/2" 


P-44 
P-44 

P-44 







"swing-up" hardware 

commercial 








number 


width 


heodroom 
height required 


sideroom 
required 


moximum door 
weight (lbs.) 


1 

1 page 


2730 


7' to 16' 


6'6"to12' i IVa" 


ZVt" to 4/2" 


500 


1 P-50 



"slide-up** hardware 

2738 weight-balanced set for doors up to 8' wide 
and up to 8' high, not over 200 pounds — 
page P-56 • also for doors up to 16' 
wide and 10' high on order 

E-4133-B1 electric operator for commercial "roll-up" doors — see page P-58 



"vertical lift" hardware 
2744 special requirements to suit conditions • 
consult factory • see page P-55 for a 
typical installation 



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required measurements and how to take them 



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MORE THAN 2 DIFFERENCE NEEOf. 
HIGH-LIFT ENOUGH TD TAKE FULL 
WIDTH OF BOTTOM SECTION 




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4. typical Meel jamb CE)"* 

give widfh of angle face (n) 
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6. pitched roef 



7. gable roof 



in ordering doors specify: 

(A) width of opening between finished jambs 

(B) height of opening from finished floor (ot point flush with inside casing) to underside of finished header 
\K,l thickness of door 

(D) design of door 

(E) of what material are jambs and header made and how secured 

(F) how much headroom clearance from underside of header to ceiling; or to any steam pipes, drop lights. 

beams, etc which may interfere with installation or operation of door ^ ^ ' 

(G) how much side room 

(H) are jambs and header flush on inside 

(JJ ore jambs and header plumb and square 

(K) is floor level at sill 

(L) to what may horizontal tracks be anchored 

(Mj how much depth to rear 

(N) what is inside face width of angle or channel 



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"roll-up" doors are usually sold as complete units consisting of doors and all necessary hardware for complete in- 
stallation • the doors roll upward in vertical tracks and rest on horizontal tracks when fully opened 



Hie hardware 

ball bearings in the rollers make the opening and closing of the doors easy, smooth and quiet • the hardware 
(except outside handles} is inside, out of the weather • the proper size and type of spring is furnished for each 
door, thoroughly tested at the factory for the particular door with which it is to be used • each door is provided 
with a brass pin tumbler cylinder and a heavy sliding bolt which engtiges in a strike at the [amb • door braces 
are furnished where necessary 

a cord is provided for bringing the door down, to within easy reach for closing • a hand chain operator is avail- 
able on order for large doors 



tKe doors 

the doors are of three or more horizontal sections with rabbeted meeting rails to form weather-tight joints • holes 
and mortises are made at the factory to insure easy, accurate location of the hardware, thereby saving time in the 
field 

residential "roll-up" doors are mode with no. 1 pine or fir stiles and rails 

commercial "roll-up" doors are made with Sitka spruce stiles and roils 

stiles and roils are doweled together with Vi" hardwood spirally-grooved dowels and assembled with waterproof 
glue • they are free from knots and blemishes and are carefully sanded to size 

panels are exterior grade "A" three-ply veneer, with center-ply groin running opposite to outside plies 

the doors ore regulorly furnished unpointed and unglozed, but con be obtained with a shop-primed coat and with 
panels opened or glazed 

built-in service doors, and special design doors are available on order 

the doors are balanced at the factory for single strength gloss • if double strength, polished or rough wire glass, 
plate glass, ribbed gloss, or other glass is to be used, order should so state • extra heavy gloss should be avoided 
OS its use makes spring balance difficult, but if necessary It should be confined only to center sections 

when a "roll-up" door Is ordered for wood jamb construction, the door is the same size as the opening • wood stops 
make the opening weather-tight 

when ordering for steel jamb construction, the door is made 1" to 1/2" wider and Va" to Va" higher than the opening 
which makes a weother-jtight installation 

note: it is recommended that doors be painted on both sides and all edges Immediately after installation 



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21 

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24 
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"D" section 
height 
[inches) 

2013^6 

23 13/16 

23>3/,6 

20'3/,6 



all measurements are made on the flat and do not include the molding 

standard design for all residential "roll-up" doors (except no. 2710ATS) is six panels wide and four sections hioh with 

27 1 doors w th other panel des.gn at factory option . spirally-grooved hardwood dowels ('//' x 4") and casJn 
waterproof glue are used throughout • "Ogee" type molding is used 



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how to determine door design 

door sections are lettered from the bottom so that 
"A" is the bottom section; "B" the second section — 
and so on • Jights are numbered according to the 
number desired • determine size of door required 
in standard panel arrangement, if all panels of 
any section are to be open for glaring, so order as 
C6-D6 (see detail} • if not all glazed, order C2-D2 
(see detail) • the other panels are assumed to be 
wood • an all wood door is indicated by "WD" 
such as — 2718HM 8' x 8' x 1%" WD 



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4 sections 



eommereial "rp||-up" door specifications {13/4 
5 sections 



thick) 



7' 0" to 7' 2" high, 4 sections 

A sect. - 2\W; B and C = 21* 
7' 0" high, sect. D = 20'3/,g'' 
7' r " " " - 21 iV.e" 

7' 2" " « " = 2213/16" 

7' 3" to 7' 6'' high, 4 sections 
A sect. - 24!4"; B and C - 21" 
7' 3" high, sect. D = 20'3/,e'' 
7' 4" " " " - 21 13/16" 

7' 5" " " " - 22'3/,6" 

7' 6" " " " = 23i3/,6" 

7' 7" to 8' 0" high, 4 sections 

A sect. = 2414"; B and C = 24" 
7' 7" high, sect. D = 1 8 " 3/ie" 



7' 8" 
7' 9" 
r 10" 
7' 11" 
8' 0" 



= 19i3/,e" 

= 20'3/,g" 

- 21 i3/,g" 

= 22'3/,6" 

= 23'3/,6" 



8' 1 " to 8' 5" high, 4 sections 
A sect. = 24'/4"; B and C = 24" 
8' 1" high, sect. D = 24'3/6" 
8' 2" " " " = 25 '3/, g" 

8' 3" " " " = 26i3/,6" 
8' 4" " 
8' 5" " 



A sect. = 27 Va"', B an 

8' 6" high, sect. D 

8' 7" " " " 

8' 8" " " " 

8' 9" " " " 

8' 10" " " " 

8' 1 1 " " " " 

9' 0" " " " 

9' 1" " " " 

9' 2" " " " 

9' 3" " " " 



9' 4" to 9' 6" high, 5 sections 

A sect. = 223/4"; B, C and D = 22 '/2" 
9' 4" high, sect E = 21 la/e" 
9' 5" " « " = 22'3/,6" 
9' 6" " « " - 23i3/,6'' 

9' 7" to 10' 5" high, 5 sections 

A sect. = 24 '4"; B, C and D = 24" 



9' 7" High, sect. E 

9' 8" " " " 

9' 9" " " " 

9/ 10" " « « 

9' 1 1 " " " " 



1 8 I 3/,e' 

1913/6' 



20! 
21 I 



2213/6" 



10' 
10' 
10' 
10' 
10' 
10' 



2313/6" 
2413/6" 

25 '3/6" 

2613/6" 

27'3/,6" 
28'3/,e" 



10' 6" to 10' 9" high, 5 sections 

A sect. = 27 74"; B, C and D - 24" 
10' 6" high, sect. E = 26 1 37,6" 
10' 7" " « " = 27i3/,6" 

10' 8" « " " = 28 '3/6" 

10' 9" " " " = 29 '3/6" 



- 27 '3/6" 


10' 


10" 


roll' 


6" high 


5 sections 


- 28 '3/6" 


A sect. = 


27 y4 


"; B, 


C and D = 27' 




10' 


10" 


high. 


sect 


E 


= 2113/6* 


4 sections 


10' 


11" 




u 


« 


= 22 '3/6' 


d C - 27" 




0" 


« 


" 


« 


= 23 '3/6' 


= 20 '3/6" 




1" 


« 


« 


« 


= 2413/6' 


= 21'3/,6" 




2" 


« 


« 


« 


= 25 '3/6 


= 22 '3/6" 




3" 


« 


« 


« 


= 26 '3/6 


= 23 '3/6" 




4" 


« 


« 


« 


= 27 '3/6 


= 24i3/,6" 




5" 


u 


(( 


« 


= 2813/6 


- 2513/6" 




6" 


« 


« 


« 


= 2913/6 


= 2613/6" 














= 27^^ As" 














= 28 '3/6" 














= 29 '3/6" 















6 sections 



117" to 12' 3" high, 6 sections 

A sect. = 24 14"; B, C, D and E = 24" 
ir 7" high, sect. F = 1813/6" 



11' 
11' 9" 
11' 10" 
11' 11" 
12' 0" 
12' 1" 
12' 2" 
12' 3" 



- 1913/6 

" = 20 '3/6" 

" = 21 « 3/6" 

" = 2213/,/ 

" = 23 '3/6" 

" = 24 '3/6" 

" = 25 '3/6" 

" = 2613/6" 



12' 4" to 12' 9" high, 6 sections 

A sect. = 27 Ya"; B, C, D and E = 24" 
12' 4" high, sect. F = 2413/6" 

" " = 2513/6" 

« « = 2613/6" 

" " = 2713/6" 

" " = 2813/6^ 

" " = 2913/6" 



12' 5" 

12' 6" 

12' 7" 

12' 8" 

12' 9" 



12' 10" to 13' 9" high, 6 sections 

A sect. - 27 Va "; B, C, D and E = 27" 
12' 10" high, sect. F = 1813/6" 
12' 11" " 



13' 0" 

13' 1" 

13' 2" 

13' 3" 



13' 
13' 



13' 6" 

13' 7" 

13' 8" 

13' 9" 



" = J9'3/6" 

" = 20'3/6" 

" = 21 '3/6" 

" - 22 '3/5" 

" = 23 '3/6" 

« = 2413/6" 

" = 25'3/,6" 
" = 25-' 3/6" 

" = 27 '3/6" 

" = 28 "3/6" 

" = 2913/6" 



7 sections 



13' 10" to 14' 0" high, 7 sections 

Asect. = 24'/4";B,CD,E and F=24" 
13' 10" high, sect. G - 21 '3/ g" 
13' 11" " « « = 22 '3/6" 
14' 0" " « " = 23 '3/, 6" 



note: dimensions above are for the inside face of sections 

fractional figures in height are added to the top section, thus "E" section of 10' 7 '/a" door = 285/16" 
fractional figures in width go with the lesser figure, thus a door 9' 11%" wide has four panels, not six 

see page P-9 tor details 



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4 pnnsls wide 
6' I "up to 9' T I " inclutivi 




4 (ectioni high 
8' 0' up fo 9' 3" inclusiv* 



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10' 0- up lo 14'T1" inclutive 



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6 HINGES PER JOINT 
(7 FOR 12 PANEL DOOR) 



6 ■•ctiont high 
ir 7' up ta 13' 9" incluslv* 



7 sactiont high 
13' 10" and over 



CLASS PANELS AS ORDERED 



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2710 ATS 
thrae-saction door • torsion spring balancad 



headroom 

sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 

spring 

tratk 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



specifications 

8' wide X 6' 6" high k Wt" fhick 
8' " x7' « xl^" " 

9 'A" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal track • if this 
amount is not available, see 2711 AHOL on page P-18 

4* on each side 

10' from opening to end of horizontal track 

three sections high, four panels v^ide • available in "WD" desfgn (all wood panels} or 
"C4" design (top section open for glass) 

heat-treated and oil-tempered torsion spring • steel straps operating over ball bearing 
steel drums lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15* 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces are 
included 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 214", throw 2", thickness 
of bar Vi" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing, 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door handles are zinc plated • alt other hardware finished in superior 
block japan 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assembly and 
one carton containing the hardware • shipping weights: 

complete 
door hardwore 

8' wide X 6'6" high 110 lbs 110 lbs 

8' " x7' " 115 lbs 115 lbs 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
write for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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2711 ATS 
four-section door • torsion spring balanced 

specifications 

8' wide X 7' high x P/b" thick 

8' " x7'6" " xP/a" " 

8' " X 8' " xP/s" " 

9' " x7' " xlH" " 

any special size up to 9' wide and from 7' to 8' high available on order 

9 'A" is needed over the door opening, bock to the end of the horizontal track • if this amount 
is not available, see 2711 AHOL on page P-18 



sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 

spring 



4" on each side 

door height plus 3 feet 

available in "WD" design (all wood panels) or "C6" design (third section from bottom open 
for glass) 

heat-treated and oil-tempered torsion spring • steel straps operating over ball bearing 
steel drums lift the door 



track 



wrought steel 2" no, 13 gouge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces ore 
included 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen s/ig" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2'^", throw 2", thickness 
of bar Va" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door handles ore zinc plated • all other hardware finished In superior 
black japan 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assembly and 
one carton containing the hardware • shipping weights: 





"WD" design 


"C6" design 




8' wide X 7' high 


125 lbs 


120 lbs 


122 lbs 


8' " x7'6" " 


130 « 


125 " 


125 « 


8' " x8' " 


135 " 


130 " 


130 " 


9' " x7' " 


135 " 


130 " 


135 « 



hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
see page P-7 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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2711 ATS 




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2711 AHM 
four-section door • tension spring balanced • cable inside track 



specifications 

sizes 8' wide x 7' high x l%" thick 

8' " X 7'6" " xP/a" " 
8' " X 8' " xP/b" " 
9' " X 7' " X P/s" " 
any special size up to 9' wide and from 6'6" to 8' high available on order 

headroom 9 '/a" is needed at the front and 18" at the back end of the track • if this amount is not 

available, see 2711 AHOL on page P-18 

sideroom SVa" on each side 

depth to rear door height plus 3 feet (except 6' 6" high doors which require total of 10 feet) 

door design available in "WD" design (all wood panels) or "C6" design (third section from bottom left 

open for glass) 

springs heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 

tracks • '/a" aircraft cable, 7 strands of 19 wires each, tinned to prevent rust, operating 
over ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

frack wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 

radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces are 
included » 

ball bearing specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 

rollers machine made, hardened and contain fourteen 3 ig" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

locking device heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2'^", throw 2", thickness 

of bar Va" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with o standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

finish of locking device and door handles are zinc plated • all other hordware finished in superior 

hardware black japan 

packing 0"e crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and 

one carton containing the hardware • shipping weights: 







door 




hardware 




"WD" deiigti 




"C6" design 




8' wide X 7' high 


125 lbs 




120 lbs 


125 lbs 


8' " X 7'6" " 


130 " 




125 " 


130 " 


8' " X 8' " 


135 " 




130 " 


135 " 


9' '* x7' 


135 " 




130 " 


135 " 



hardware only available, provided it is used on doors mode to Stanley specifications • 
see page P-7 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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2711 AHO 
four-section door • tension spring balanced • cable outside track 

specifications 

sizes 8' wide x 7' high x 1%" thick 

8' " X 7' 6" " x 1%" " 
8' " X 8' " xP/a" " 
9' " X 7' " xiys" " 
any special size up to 9' wide and from 6'6" to 8' high available on order 

headroom 9 'A" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal track • If this 

amount Is not available, see 2711 AHOL on pag^e P-18 

sideroom 4" on each side 

depth to rear door height plus 3 feet (except 6'6" high doors which require total of 10 feet) 

door design available in "WD" design (all wood panels) or "C6" design {third section from the bottom 

left open for glass) 



springs 



track 



heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 
tracks • W aircraft cable, 7 strands of 19 wires each, tinned to prevent rust, operating 
over ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces are 
included 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel bails 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2'^", throw 2", thickness 
of bar %" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door handles ore zinc plated • ail other hardware finished in superior 

black Japan 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and 
one carton containing the hardware • shipping weights: 



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"WD" design 


"C6" design 




8' wide X 7' high 


125 lbs 


120 lbs 


125 lbs 


8' " x7'6" " 


130 " 


125 " 


130 « 


8' " X 8' 


135 " 


130 « 


135 " 


9' « x7' 


135 " 


130 " 


135 *' 



hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications 
see page P-7 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



^N. 





residential ''roll-up" doors 


P 


17 



2711 AHO 




details 




I FLOOR UNDER DOOR 



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2711 AHOl 

low headroom 

four-section door • tension spring balanced • cable outside trock 



headroom 

sideroom 
depth to rear 

door design 
springs 

track 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



specifications 

8' wide X 7' high x P/s" thick 

8' " xZ'd" " X P/a" " 

8' " x8' " xP/g" " 

9' " X 7' " xP/b" " 

any special size up to 9' wide and from 6'6" to 8' high 

6Vi" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal trock 

5" on each side 

door height plus 3 feet (except 6' 6" high doors which require total of 10 feet) 

available in "WD" design (all wood panels) or "C6"' design (third section from the bottom 
left open for glass) 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 
tracks • '/g" aircraft cable, 7 strands of 19 wires each, tinned to prevent rust, operating 
over ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces are 
included 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2Vi", throw 2", thickness 
of bar 14" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door handles ore zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior 
black japan 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and one 
carton containing the hardware • shipping weights: 







"WD" design 


"C6" design 




8' wide X 7' 


high 


125 lbs 


120 lbs 


125 lbs 


8' " X 7'6' 


" 


130 " 


125 " 


130 « 


8' " X 8' 


" 


135 " 


130 « 


135 " 


9' " X 7' 


*' 


135 " 


130 « 


135 " 



hardware only available, provided it is used on doors mode to Stanley specifications • 
see page P-7 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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I FLOOR UNDER DOOR 



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headroom 

sideroom 
depth to rear 
spring 

door design 



rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



2770 

h'ght weight 
four-section door • torsion spring balanced 

specifications 

8' wide X 7' high x lys" thick 

9Y2" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal track • if this 
amount is not available, see 2711 AHOL on page P-18 

2%" on each side 

9'1%" from opening to end of horizontal track 

heat-treated and oil-tempered torsion spring • steel straps operating over ball bearing 
steel drums lift the door 

available in "WD" design (all wood panel) or "C6" design (third section from the bottom 
open for glass) 

wrought steel I'/a" no. 16 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 12" 
radius 90 degree curves ore reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces ore 
included 

composition rollers attached to reinforced hinges insure smooth, quiet operation and are 
made to allow for an axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

sturdy cylinder dead bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2", throw 1%", thickness 
of bar 3/1 g" • a quarter turn of the key on the outside, locks the door • operated from 
the inside by means of the dead bolt • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass r^m cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door hardware are zinc plated • all other hardware finished in supe- 
rior black japan 

one crate containing the door and one carton containing the entire hardware • shipping 
weight: 

door no lbs hardware 90 lbs 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
write for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



[STANLEY] 



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residential "roll-up" doors 


P 


21 




RECOMMENDED SILL DETAILS 



ii:J l_ t4"MIN EXTENSION 

T* 1 r 2 OF SILL 



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r 




2717 TS 
four to six-section door • torsion spring balanced 



headroom 

sideroom 

depth to rear 
door design 
spring 



track 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



hardware 



packing 



specifications 

8' to 12' wide 
6' 6" to 12' high 

15" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horiiontal track • if this 
amount is not available, see 2718 HOL on page P-30 

6" on each side 

approximately door height plus 4 feet • see detail for exact amount for particular size 

all wood panels or open for gloss as required • see page P-7 to determine door design 

heat-treated and oil-tempered torsion spring • Vie" aircraft cable, 7 strands of 19 wires 
each, tinned to prevent rust, wind on grooved boll bearing drums at either end of the spring 
shaft • one cable alone will prevent the door from falling — o great factor of safety 

2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15 radius 90 degree 
curves are reinforced with angle irons • track hangers and braces are included 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel baTIs 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 214", throw 2", thickness 
of bar Va" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by on automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device is zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior black japan • 
door braces are furnished on doors 12' wide to prevent sagging and to strengthen the door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track, door braces (if any) and spring 
assembly and one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
see pages P-8 and P-9 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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details 



MINIMUM DEPTH TO REAR 

FOR 6^«'TO7-0' HIGH DOOR -lo-O 
" 7-)" ■ 7-6" ■' - 10-6" 



^ CABLE DRUM 
V 



SUGGEST 2 .- 
TRACK iL I ANGLE, IF ANY 

i\_W I MAX RABBET I" H 

'aOOR UNDER DOOR 




STEEL JAMBS 
MIN 4k4" ANGLE OR CHANNEL 



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2717 HL 

KigK lift 

four or five-section door • torsion spring balanced 



sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 
spring 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



finish of 
hardware 

packing 



specifications 

8' to 10' wide 
6' 6" to 10' high 

minimum 24", maximum 60" 

this set designed for conditions where the greatest amount of clearance under the open door 
is needed; such as filling stations, where there are greasing lifts 

when ordering, specify the distance from the finished floor to the finished ceiling • the 
actual amount of clearance is equal to the distance from the finished floor to the finished 
ceiling less 6%" 

6" on each side 

approximately door height plus 12" • see detail for exact amount for particular size 

all wood panels or open for glass as required • see page P-7 to determine door design 

heat-treated and oil-tempered torsion spring • ^/je" aircraft cable, 7 strands of 19 wires 
each, tinned to prevent rust, wind on spirally-grooved drums at either end of the spring 

shaft • one cable alone will prevent the door from falling — a great factor of safety 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • lower 
and upper curves are of 15" radius • angle iron is furnished for track hangers and braces 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen 3/|g" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset IVa", throw 2", thickness 
of bar 'A" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device and door handles are zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior 
black japan 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assembly and 
one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • see 
pages P-8 and P-9 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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27\7 HL 



REQUIRED DEPTH TO REAR ,,, 24 » 36 

•*■ . JAMB fACE TO (t fRONT ANGLE HANGtR ^ 22}" 24}' 27" 

. TOTAL DEPTH TO fttAK FOR 7'-0' DOOB = 953' 98" 86i' 

--\R HANGER(t • lOJ LESS' 8'-0" « TO?}* 110' lOOi" 

9-0" - i19ri2Z" 112r 

ICkr . 131'' 134" 124 V' 



details 



42" 4fi" 54" iO" HEADROOM 

29 i" 31 i" 33 1' 35 1" 

90r 80J" 82i" 73 " 
102^ 92|" 94 1" 85" 
iuri04i*l06r ?7" 
126i"n6|'l18i'109- ,^ 



STANLEY 
HIGH-LIFT ROLL-UP DOOR 

2717HL 



Lr-*— ANCHOR 4 "" 
R H BOTTOM CDRNER iBRACKET TRACK DETAILS 

OIL ALL MOVING PARTS REGULARLY 




SfCTlON THRU RABBET POCKtT 



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2718 HM 
four to seven-section door • tension spring balanced • cable inside track 



headroom 

sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 
springs 

track 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



hardware 



packing 



spec ill cations 

up to 16' wide 
6'6" to 14' high 

13" above opening, 20" at back end of the horizontal track • if this amount is not avail- 
able see 2718 HOL on page P-30 

Sys" on each side 

approximately door height plus 4' • see detail for exact amount for particular size 

all v/ood panels or open for glass as required • see page P-7 to determine door design 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs located overhead along the horizontal tracks • 
Vie" cable, 6 strands of 7 wires each, tinned to prevent rust, operating over ball bearing 
sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent wheels from jumping out • 15" radius 
90 degree curves ore reinforced with angle irons • angle type track hangers and braces 
are furnished 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 2Vi", throw 2", thickness 
of bar V4" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated_from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device is zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior black japan • 
door braces are furnished on doors 12' wide and over to prevent sagging and to strengthen 
the door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and 
one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
see pages P-8 and P-9 for detoils • when ordering, give exact door weight 



[STANLEY] 



2718 HM 



^Mak-^oo^ 




details 



SUGGESTED JAMBS 

HEAD & SIDE JAMBS 
MUST BE FLUSH 




FLOOR L/NDER DOOR 



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2718 HO 
four to seven-section door • tension spring balanced • cable outside track 



headroom 

sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 
springs 

track 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



hordv/are 



packing 



specifications 

up to 16' wide 
6'6' to 14' high 

13" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal track • if this amount 
is not available, see 2718 HOL on page P-30 

5" on each side 

approximately door height plus 4' • see detail for exact amount for particular size 

all wood panels or open for glass as required • see page P-7 to determine door design 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 
track • Vie" cable of 6 strands of 7 wires each; tinned to prevent rust, operating over 
ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

wroughtsteel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent wheels from jumping out • 15" radius 
90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • angle type track hangers and braces 
are furnished 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen a/ie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at iamb • backset IVa" , throw 2", thickness 
of bar 'A" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated Jrom the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device is zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior black japan • 
door braces are furnished on doors 12' wide and over to prevent sagging and to strengthen 
the door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and 
one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
see pages P-8 and P-9 for details • when ordering give exact door weight 



[STANLEY] 



commercial *'roll-up" doors 



29 



2718 HO 




TRACK 

-^3 



; UNDER DOOR l^rig 



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2718 HOL 

low headroom 

four to six-section door • tension spring balanced • cable outside track 



specifications 



up to 16' wide 
6'6" to 12' high 



headroom 
sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 
springs 

track 



ball bearing 
rollers 



locking device 



hardware 



packing 



6 1/2" is needed over the opening, back to the end of the horizontal track 

5" on each side 

approximately door height plus 4' • see detail for exact amount for particular size 

all wood panels or open for glass as required • see page P-7 to determine door design 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 
track • Vie" cable of 6 strands of 7 wires each, tinned to prevent rust, operating over 
ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • angle type track hangers and 
braces are furnished 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine mode, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb • backset 214", throw 2", thickness 
of bar 14" • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • operated from the 
inside by an automatic spring trip • furnished complete with a standard ball bearing 
brass rim cylinder with two keys 

locking device is zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior black japan • door 
braces are furnished on doors 12' wide and over to prevent sagging and to strengthen the 
door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track and spring assemblies and 
one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors made to Stanley specifications • 
see pages P-8 and P-9 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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2718 HOL 




TRACK 

I FLOOR UNDER DOOR 



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2718 HMP 

movable post 

four to six-section door • tension spring balanced 

specifications 



headroom 
sideroom 
depth to rear 
door design 
movable post 



springs 



track 



locking device 



boll bearing 
rollers 



packing 



two or more doors can be used 
each up to 16' wide 
up to 12' high 

this set, with movable center post, is especially designed for firehouses, service stations, 
warehouses, trucking establishments, etc where individual openings can be combined into a 
large, single, unobstructed opening • heat can be conserved during the cold weather as 
only one door need be in use, except for large trucks requiring the entire opening • when 
weather permits, the full opening without posts con be ufiliied 

when figuring size of doors in each opening, deduct VA" from total width of opening for 
each post required 

13" above opening, 20" at back end of the horizontal track 

2Vz" on each jamb side 

approximately door height plus 4' 

all wood panels or open for glass as required • see page ?-7 to determine door design 

consists of an extruded aluminum section running the full height of the opening and includes 
the two vertical tracks between a pair of doors • post is easily removed and hung against 
the side wall • weighs only 32 lbs each for a ten-foot high opening • furnished with 
a special locking device, which locks it securely in place • a safety catch automatically 
locks the doors in the open position when the post is removed 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs are located overhead along the horizontal 
tracks • Vis" coble, of 6 strands of 7 wires each, tinned fo prevent rust, operating over 
ball bearing sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 2" no. 13 gauge, designed fo prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • angle type trac-k hangers and 
braces are furnished 

heavy cylinder-sliding bolt engages in strike at jamb or post • a quarter turn of the outside 
handle locks the door • operated from the inside by on automatic spring trip • furnished 
complete with a standard ball bearing brass rim cylinder with two keys 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen ^/\% grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

locking device is zinc plated • all other hardware finished in superior black japan • 
door braces are furnished on doors 12' wide and over to prevent sagging and to 
strengthen the door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track, post and spring assemblies 
and one carton containing the hardware • see page P-40 for shipping weights 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors mode to Stanley specifications • 
write for details • when ordering, give exoct door weight 



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details 




)5 



oRIAR 
9f- 



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4 



3 




sizes 

headroom 
sideroom 

depth to rear 
chain hoist 



bail bearing 
rollers 



hardware 



packing 



2712 HM 

heavy duty 
tension spring balanced • chain cable 

specifications 

extra large door up to 24' wide and up to 24' high or up to 1000 pounds In weight 

16" is needed over the door opening, back to the end of the horizontal track 

8" is needed on the chain hoist side, 6V%" on the other side • if the headroom rises to 26" 
at rear, only 5" of sideroom is needed on side opposite chain hoist 

door height plus 19Vi" 

unless otherwise specified, a chain hoist is Included to assist in the manual operation of the 
door • can be located on either side of the door • indicate on order either right or left 
hand as viewed from inside of the building looking out • a special hook is Included to lock 
the hand chain 

heat-treated and oil-tempered tension springs • Va" load chain, operating over sprocket 
sheaves, lift the door 

wrought steel 3" no. 11 gouge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • 15" 
radius 90 degree curves are reinforced with angle irons • 24" pieces of Vt'^ angle iron 
ore furnished to be used as track hangers and braces • vertical track reinforced with 
continuous angles 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced hinges • wheels are screw 
machine made, hardened and contain fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

designed to allow axial movement to compensate for shrinkage or swelling of the door 

all hardware attached to door finished in superior black japan • track and chain hoist 
assembly plain steel • bottom corner brackets have reinforcing plates for added strength • 
door braces are furnished on doors, 12' wide and over, to prevent sagging and to strengthen 
door 

one crate containing the door, one bundle containing the track, spring assemblies, shaft, 
union and chain hoist assembly and two cartons containing the hardware and lifting cables • 
approximate shipping weights: 3 pounds per square foot for the door and 4 pounds per 
square foot of door area for the hardwore 

hardware only available, provided it is used on doors mode to Stonley specifications • 
see pages P-8 and P-9 for details • when ordering, give exact door weight 



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BOTTOM BRACKET & CHAIN ANCHOR ^>^^ 



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2756 
automalic releasing device 




a puil of fhe cord above the driver's seat permits the door to open automatically; specially designed spring 
arrangement gives added tension to the springs v/hen door is closed 

upward travel Is checked by adjustable pneumatic plungers which stop the door without a jar • ideal for use in 
firehouses where speed is an essential factor 




H DOOR CHECK MOUNTING BRACKET ASSEMflLY MOUN- 
"- - AND BRACKET ASS£MBU£S TO HCWIZONTAl 
TRACK, WITH DOC« IN FULL OPEN POSITION, SO PLUNGER 
TIP CLEARS TOP EDGE OF DOOR BY '/* INCH USE ADJUSTING 
SCREW TO CONTROL AMOUNT OF STOPPING ACTION 



NOTt 

THIS D€VIC£ NOT PRACTICAL On 

A HIGH Ltfl 0OC» 



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2759 

chain hoist 

use for any 2718 "roll-up" 
door to assist in its manual 
operation 

not to be used on any torsion 
spring type "roll-up" door 

headroom 19^8" of clear- 
ance, above the door opening 

sideroom 7" on chain hoist 
side • specify either right or left 
hand as viewed from the inside 
of building looking out 

depth to rear door height 
plus 42" 




service doors 

service or pass doors can be 
built into Stanley "roll-up" doors 
when necessary • the door 
always opens out and swings on 
spring hinges with the hinges 
located nearer the jambs than 
the center of the door • the door 
is always located one panel in 
from the edge and is never more 
than three sections high • order 
must state right or left hand as 
viewed from inside of building 
looking out • a night latch is 
furnished 

special reinforcing angle iron 
assemblies are furnished, with 
doors 14' or wider, to prevent 
sagging or weakening of the 
"roll-up" door 



exiwier vi«w 



^gFS"-'^ 



mm m » w «■ m| I 



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2750 





rim cylinder lock used on all "roll-up" doors except 2770 

ports • • sliding bolt, zinc plated steel; outside handle, zinc die 
casting; strike, steel with japan finish; cylinder (complete), 
brass; 2 keys 

ease • 3" x 5 Vie" 

hand • right 

throw • 2" 

backset • VA" 

spacing • 2Va" 

strike • 3" x 4" x T/i" 

bolt • 6W X 2" X Va" 

cylinder • rim ball-bearing 5-pin tumbler type 

keys • 2 liberty silver keys furnished • may be keyed alike 

or master keyed with cylinders on other doors 

operation • a quarter turn of the outside handle locks the door • a 
quarter turn of the key to the right unlocks it • operated 
from the inside by on automatic spring trip 






275072 

rim cylinder dead lock used on door 2770 

parts • dead bolt (with cover), zinc plated steel; strike, steel with 

japan finish; cylinder (complete), brass; 2 keys 
case • 2 Vie" x SVb" 

hand • right 

throw • 1 %" 

backset • 1 Vie" 
strike • 3" X 2Va" 

bolt • 5" X W X Vie" 

cylinder • rim ball-bearing 5-pin tumbler type 
keys • 2 liberty silver keys furnished • may be keyed alike or 

master keyed with cylinders on other doors 
operation • a quarter turn of the key to the left locks the door • a 

quarter turn to the right unlocks it • operated from the 

inside by means of a dead bolt 




rubber weatherstrip 

flexible but sturdy rubber weatherstrip applied to 
bottom of door, seals door against the weather 

zinc plated steel strips and screws are furnished 
with 2749 



2749 




front sheaves for residentiol "roll-up" doors (LH illusfrated) 





for 2710 ATS dud 2711 ATS 



for 271 1 AHO 



front sheoves for commercial "roll-up" doors {LH illustrated) 





for 2718 HOL 



for 2718 HO 




bottom corner brackof 

for 2710 ATS and 2711 ATS 

(LH Itluitratcd) 




roller hingo us«d on all sett 
oxcepi 2712 HM and 2770 

(LH illutfrafod) 




bottom corner bracket 



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commercial "roll-up" doors 
shipping weights and gloss sizes 



approximote shipping weights (lbs.) 



door size 


hard 


ware 


do 

one section 
open for 


oil woo 




2717 


2718 


glass 


panel 


8'x 7' X 13/4" 


165 


130 


135 


140 


8'x 7'6"xl%" 


170 


135 


140 


145 


8'x 8'xl%" 


175 


140 


140 


145 


8'x P'xl^" 


U5 


140 


145 


150 


8'x 10'xiy4" 


190 


155 


160 


180 


8'xl0'6"xiy4" 


195 


160 


170 


190 


8'x 12' X 1%" 


225 


190 


185 


200 


9'x 7'x 1%" 


170 


135 


140 


150 


9'x 7'6"xl%" 


175 


140 


145 


155 


9'x 8'xl3^" 


175 


140 


150 


155 


9' X 9' X 1 3/4" 


185 


150 


155 


160 


9'x lO'x 134" 


195 


160 


180 


190 


9'xl0'6"xl34" 


205 


170 


190 


200 


9'xl2'xP4" 


235 


200 


200 


210 


lO'x 7'x 134" 


175 


140 


150 


160 


lO'x 7' 6" X 13/4" 


180 


145 


155 


165 


lO'x 8'x 13/4" 


180 


145 


170 


180 



door size 


hardware 


door 








one section 










open for 


oil wood 




2717 


2718 


glass 


panels 


lO'x 9'x 13/4" 


200 


165 


215 


220 


lO'x lO'x IVa" 


215 


180 


220 


230 


10'xl0'6"x 134" 


220 


185 


225 


235 


10'xl2'xl3/4" 


260 


225 


250 


270 


12'x 7'x Wa" 


220 


185 


175 


180 


12'x 7'6''x \W 


225 


190 


180 


190 


12'x 8'x 13/4" 


225 


190 


180 


190 


12'x 9'x 13/4" 


235 


200 


205 


220 


12'x 10' X 134" 


265 


230 


280 


295 


12'x lD'6"x 13/4" 


280 


245 


290 


310 


12'x 12'x 13/4" 


375 


340 


330 


350 


14'x 7'x 13/4" 




195 


205 


215 


14'x 7' 6" X 13/4" 




205 


215 


225 


U'x 8'x 134" 




210 


220 


230 


16'x 7'x 134" 




220 


225 


235 


16'x 7'6"xl34*' 




225 


235 


245 


16'x 8'x 134" 




230 


240 


270 



glass sizes for the more popular door sizes 



width X 


number of 


number of 


any intermediate 




- 


height 


panels 


sections 


section 


fop 


section 


8'x 8' 


4 


4 


20V,6" 


X 19M/,e" 


20 Vie" 


X 17Vig' 


8'x 9' 


4 


4 


2OV16" 


X 22 1 i/e" 


205/6" 


X 20Vi6' 


8'x 10' 


4 


5 


205/(6" 


X 19' V.e" 


20 5/ e" 


X 17Vig' 


9'x 8' 


4 


4 


235/6" 


X 17V.6" 


23 5/^" 


X 17Vr6" 


9'x 9' 


4 


4 


235/6" 


X 22 1 i/g" 


235/6" 


X 2OV16' 


9'x 10' 


4 


5 


23 Vie" 


X 19"/ 6" 


23 5/," 


X 17 Vis' 


lO'x 8' 


6 


4 


16%" 


X 17 Vie" 


16%" 


X 17^6* 


lO'x 9' 


6 


4 


16%" 


X 2211/6" 


16%" 


X 20Vr6' 


lO'x 10' 


6 


5 


16%" 


X 191 Vie" 


16%" 


X 17 Vie" 


10'xl2' 


6 


5 


16%" 


X 19' '/s" 


16%" 


X 17 Vie' 


12'x 9' 


6 


4 


20%" 


X 22 ' i/e" 


20%" 


X 20 Vie" 


12'x 10' 


6 


5 


20%" 


X 19M/„" 


20%" 


X 17 Vie' 


12'x 12' 


6 


5 


20%" 


X 191 Vie" 


20%" 


X 17 Vie" 


U'x 7' 


6 


4 


24%" 


X 16"/e" 


24%" 


X 14 Vie" 


15'x 7' 


8 


4 


191 1/g 


X 16' Vie" 


19"/e" 


X 14 Vie' 


16'x 7' 


8 


4 


21 3/,e« 


X 161 i/e" 


21 V,6* 


xUVe" 



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hardware 



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fwo distinct and important features of Stanley floating "swing-up" hardware 

1. doors are carried completely into the garage and do not protrude beyond the face of the opening • the 
height of the opening is reduced by only AVa" 

2. the garage need be no longer than the car • doors swing outward and upward and will clear all makes of 
cars, with the rear bumper resting against the door 



sturdy construction 

Stanley floating "swing-up" hardware operates on the pivot principle • on the door jambs, near the center, are 
mounted heavy steel housings • from brass bushings or ball-bearing pivots in these housings hang lever angles, 
attached also near the bottom of the door • a slight push or pull on the door causes the large tension springs to 
exert their power to float the door bpen, gently, noiselessly and without effort 

automatic opsration 

two of these sets, 2731 '/a for one-car garages and 2733 for two-car garages, work entirely automatically • a 
mere turn of the handle is all that is needed to start the door on its upward path • the top of the door rolls straight 
back on two horizontal tracks and no part of it protrudes beyond the face of the opening 

sealed opening 

steel plates on the side of the door afford a weather-seal and stops for the top half of the door; plates on the 
jamb perform similarly for the bottom half of the door • steel braces pin two or more doors together at the top 
ond bottom, making a rigid one-piece door, secure against warping 

simple adaptability 

"swing-up" doors require a minimum of headroom, sideroom and depth • weight of the door should determine 
the type of set • this factor is very important and every effort should be made to determine the weight of the 
door before ordering the hardware 

unit completeness 

each "swing-up" set is a complete unit and includes all the hardware necessary to make the instaltation • simpli- 
fied instructions are included • adjustments con be made to the jamb latches • furnished complete with a standard 
ball-bearing brass rim cylinder with two keys 

door sets 

normally, each set is a complete unit of hardware only and does not include the door, however, doors can be 
had with set 2731 Vi in sizes 8' x 7' and 9' x 7' under class number 2731 '/j x 1001 



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M 




"swing-up'' 
hardware 



2731 1/2 



operation 

headroom 
sideroom 
depth to rear 
jamb brackets 



hardware 



ball bearing 
rollers 



packing 



light weight 

specifications 

width 8' 

height 6' 6" to 7' 

maximum door weight 150 lbs 

fully automatic due to a patented spring suspension • a turn of the handles and the door 
opens automatically 

only lys" 

2Vi" on each side 

6' 8" 

located on side jambs • mode of heavy wrought steel • a series of holes permit ad- 
justment for various heights of doors, up to 150 pounds • brass bushings are used to reduce 
friction and give long wear 

door operated by heavy, heat-treated and oil-tempered coil springs one on each side of 
the door • the angle lifting arms, actuated by the cot! springs, propel the door -upward • 
fitted with adjusting bolts at the bottom for proper balancing of the door 

wrought steel no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • furnished 
in two sections with the back half bolting into a joint plate that is welded to the front half • 
securely lagged to wood bucks at front and suspended by strap hangers and braces 
at the rear • steel bumpers ore included 

top and bottom angle door braces, used to combine door sections, insure against warpage 
• locking device 1004'/2 furnished complete with brass ball-bearing cylinder with two 
keys, securely locks the door at both sides from the center • cylinder can be masterkeyed 
or keyed alike to other cylinders of same make • locking device, latches and automatic 
feature are zinc plated • remainder of hardware superior black japan 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels are attached to roller brackets which are corrugated 
for added strength • the wheels are screw-machine mode, hardened and have twelve 
Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 



one complete set in a carton, 
71 lbs 



vith instructions for installing • carton is 43" long, weighing 



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swing-up" 
hardware 





2731 yz X 1001 




door and hardware 




specifications 


sizes 


8' wide X 7' high xl%" thick 




9' " x7' " xP/s" " 


operation 


fuHy automatic 


headroom 


P/b" 


sideroom 


2'/2" on each side 


door design 


"WD" (all wood panels) in sizes 8' x 7' and S 



construction 



"C2" (with two panels glared) in size 8' x 7' only 

doors ore ruggedly made, with 24 panels, 6 across and 4 rows high, and treated with a rot- 
preventive solution • they are precut 7' 1114" wide and 6' WA" high for 8' x 7' openings 
and furnished In two sections • for o 9' x 7' opening, doors ore furnished in three sections 
and precut 8' WVa" wide and 6' 11 'A" high • sections have tongued and grooved meeting 
stiles assuring good snug joints • panels are mode of Va" exterior grade plywood • 
stiles and rails are VA" clear kiln-dried stock • top, bottom and side members are 3 Vie" 
wide • meeting stiles are 2Vi6" wide with an overall dimension of 4%" o alhother stiles 
and rails are 2" wide 



packing 



door is wrapped in cardboard with protective end boards • hardware is contained 
one carton for easy handling and storoge • shipping weights are: 



model 


size 


door 


hardware 


total 


C2 


8' x 7' opening 


110 lbs 


71 lbs 


181 lbs 


WD 


8' x 7' 


105 « 


71 " 


176 « 


WD 


9' X 7' " 


115 « 


78 " 


193 " 




mere turn of the handle 
nd the door floats upward 



fully 

door \% Gomptetaly up 
and out of the way 



fully open 

edge of door does not 

project beyond opening 



fully doted 

all hardware is inside 

opening is weather-tight 



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InV V -swing-up" 

f^ _ i hardware 



45 



I! 



273114 X 1001 
door and hardware 



....„~»-i!S)r^:^^^^' 




■111 






2731 'A X 1001 "C2" glazsd »' x 7' x 1 %' 




273114 X 1001 "WD" 8' X 7' X 1 y^' 



2731 Vi K 1001 "WD" 9' X 7' X 1 '/g' 



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*'swing-up" 
hardware 



2732 

medium weight 



headroom 
sideroom 
depth to rear 

jamb brackets 
springs 



hardware 



ball bearing 
rollers 

packing 



specifications 

width up to 8' with angle door braces 

up to 16' with adjustable door braces 

height furnished in two sizes 

6' 6" to 7' and 7' to 8' 

maximum door weight 250 lbs 

specify door width, height and weight when ordering 

only T 

V on eoch side 

7' 10" for doors 7' to 8' high 
6' 10" for doors 6' 6" to 7' high 

located on side jambs • made of heavy wrought steel • a series of holes permit adjust- 
ments for various weights of doors up to 250 lbs • ball-bearings are used to reduce fric- 
tion and give long wear 

door operated by heavy, heat-treated and oil-tempered coil springs, one on each side of 
door • the angle lifting arms, actuated by the coil springs propel the door upward • 
fitted with adjusting bolts at bottom for proper balancing of door 

wrought steel no. 13 gauge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • securely 
lagged to wood bucks at front and suspended by strap hangers and braces at the rear 
• steel bumpers are included 

angle braces are furnished on doors up to 8' wide • for doors up to 16' wide adjustable 
door braces are furnished • locking device 1004 '/a, furnished complete with brass 
ball bearing cylinder with two keys, securely locks the door at both sides from the center • 
cylinder can be masterkeyed or keyed alike to other cylinders of same make • locking 
device, latches, and spring spindle are zinc plated • remainder of hardware superior 
black japan 

specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to reinforced roller brackets i wheels 
ore screw-machine made, hardened and hove fourteen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

one bundle and one carton with instructions for installing • shipping weights: 

6' 6" to 7' high with angle braces 1 07 lbs 

(>' ^^ " 7' " " adjustable" 109 " 



7' 
7' 



8' 
8' 



angle 
adjustable " 



116 
116 




igi and use 2732 hardwar* wirh odjuttabl* door braces 



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p. 







-i^^ilr* "swing-up" 
^ is^ hardware 



47 




2732 

with angle door bracas 



for doors 

7' lo 8' wide 

from 6' 6" lo 8' high 

up fe 250 lbs 



with ddj 
door brac«t 



for doors 

up to 16' wido 

om 6' b" (o •' high 

up to 250 Ibi 



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2733 super ^^^ 

heavy weight 



operation 



headroom 
sideroom 
[amb brackets 



hordware 



ball bearing 
rollers 



^ packing 



specifications 

width up to 16' 
height 7' to 8' 
maximum door weight 375 pounds 

fully automatic due to patented spring suspension • a turn of the handle and the door 
opens automatically • action of door is controlled by two micro-ad[u$ting screws • one 
screw assures easy floating action in opening, the other regulates the ease in closing 
door and also the force with which door hits bumper when opening 

only 2 ^^ 

3" on each side 

very heavy and sturdy • a series of holes permit adjustment for various weights of doors 
• the arms which swing the door are made of angle iron and operate on ball-bearings 

heavy duty oil-tempered springs, that will not break under normal usage, assure proper 
balance at all times • fitted with adjusting bolts at bottom 

' wrought steel no. 13 gouge, designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • securely 
lagged to wood bucks at front and suspended by strap hangers and braces at the rear • 
steel bumpers with rubber pads are included 

adjustable door braces are furnished e locking device 1004 'A furnished complete 
with brass ball-bearing cylinder with two keys, securely locks the door at both sides from 
the center • cylinder can be masterkeyed or keyed alike to other cylinders of same make 
e locking device and door pulls are zinc plated • remainder of hardware superior 
black japan 

double, specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to brackets which are corrugated 
for added strength • the wKeels are screw-machine made, hardened and have fourteen 
^Ae," grade "A" carbon steel bolls 

complete set in one bundle with instructions for installing • shipping weight 151 lbs 



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"swing-up" 
hardware 



2733 



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details 




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2730 
for commercial, industrial and extra hedvy garage doors 

specifications 



headroom 
sideroom 

depth to rear 
jamb brackets 

springs 

track 



boll bearing 
roller 



packing 



width 7' to 16' 

height 6' 6" to 12' 

maximum door weight 550 lbs 

only 2Va" 

3 '/a" on each side • for heavy doors, where the horizontal track is reinforced, V/i" of 
sideroom is required 

approximately equal to door height • see details for exact amount for particular door 

very heavy and sturdy • a series of holes permit adjustment for various weights of doors 
• the arms which swing the door are made of angle iron and operate on ball-bearings 

powerful, heat-treated and oil-tempered • fitted with adjusting bolts at bottom for proper 
balancing of the door 

wrought steel no. 13 gauge designed to prevent the wheels from jumping out • tracks are 
securely lagged to wood bucks at front and suspended by special strap hangers and braces 
at rear • heavy steel bumpers with rubbei pads included 

horizontal tracks are reinforced with angle iron as follows: 
for doors from 6' 6" to 6' 11 '/2" high weighing over 390 lbs 

" " 7' " 8' " " " 375 " 

" " " B' ]" " 9' " " " 350 " 

« « « 9' 1" « 1 0' 6" " " « 300 " 

for door from 10' 7* to 12' high, the horizontal track is always reinforced 

adjustable door braces furnished with all sizes except 8' wide by 8' high • turnbuckle 
truss brace furnished for door size 8' by 8' only • locking device 1004 'A, furnished 
complete with a standard brass ball-bearing rim cylinder with two keys, securely locks the 
door at both sides from the center • cylinder can be masterkeyed or keyed alike to other 
cylinders of the same make • a safety latch is furnished which holds door securely in open 
position Insuring against accidental closing • locking device, latches and spring spindle 
zinc plated • remainder of hardware superior black japan 

double, specially designed ball-bearing wheels attached to brackets which are corrugated 
for added strength • the wheels are screw-machine made, hardened and have four- 
teen Vie" grade "A" carbon steel balls 

one complete set in a bundle with instructions for installing 
are: 



• approximate shipping weights 









approximate 






do 


.r h.ight 


for doQr weighing 


.hipping 
weight 


door height 


for door wolshing thipping 
weight 


6' 


6" to 6' 11 '72 " 


up to 375 lbs 


160 lbs 


9'r to 10' 6" 


up to 300 lbs 200 lbs 






from 376 to 390 lbs 


178 lbs 




301 to 375 lbs 225 lbs 






over 390 lbs 


195 lbs 




over 375 lbs 255 lbs 


7' 


to 8' 


up to 375 lbs 
over 375 lbs 


1 75 lbs 
215 lbs 


10' 7" to. 12' 
for door 8 


up to 550 lbs 310 lbs 
wide X 8' high weighing up 


8' 


l"to9' 


up to 350 lbs 


185 lbs 


to 250 lbs. 


packed with turnbuckle angle 






from 351 to 375 lbs 


205 lbs 


braces 200 lbs 






over 375 lbs 


230 !bs 






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2730 

details 




TYPICAL JAM« SCCTIOHS 

Nol«- i'i S.dl Room (or Angt* Mounl.d Trscl 

6l Sy» Copin »,Hi Ar,gl< Cbp on Jamb Bo» 



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/^^Vc^5 



;^ "swing -Up'' 
i hardware 



multiple uses for 2730 hardware 



in lhi> produce 
X 10' 6" high 
portion I made 




aluminum door 25' wide x 10' high 



all wood doors TO' wide x 10' high 



for curved-top openings 




the doors should have a 
square top • the curved 
opening should be designed 
so that the spring line (lowest 
point of the curve) is at least 
the height of the car plus 5" 

when ordering, it Is necessary 
to specify the width of the 
opening, height {to highest 
point of opening) and the 
distance from the finished 
floor to the spring line as well 
as the headroom and side- 
room 

stock sets are not suitable for 
curved -top openings 



L 



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'o'^'Mk -^r 




roller brackets (LH illustrated) 



door bumpers, trock hangers and braces {RH illustrated) 



for 273114 (2732 is heovier) 



jamb bracket and spring assemblies (RH Illustrated) 




53 




^<^ 




« 2730 ^ for 2730 (reinforced) 



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P% ■; 



swing-up*' 
hardware 



2746 adiustable door brace 

> Carriage Bolts installed from outside 
Adjusting Plate 
/Adjusting Bolt 




A. Insert Strap jn Slot 



B. Send Back and Through 



10041/2 locking device 




Inside Hondle Assembly 

Inside 
DoorArnn Hondle- 




*£late ."IBiThere Connector 




uied wirh all floating "swing-up" hardware 



[STANLEY] 




2744 
weight balanced 







The Stanley Works is prepared to furnish complete 
hardware for the operation of straight vertical lift 
doors, in a variety of sizes, to special order • full 
details of the required hardware will be submitted 
upon receipt of the necessary information as to the 
construction of jambs, header and other overhead 
conditions 

this type of door is very useful and economical in 
buildings where "roll-up" or "swing-up" doors, when 
open, would interfere with cranes, conveyors or other 
interior traffic; where the ceiling Is of such a height 
that track support in the open is difficult • a high 
ceiling is essential for a vertical lift door 
door can be mode with any number of sections 
• doors of this type are especially suited to freight 
elevators 



hardware necessary for a typical 10' x 10' opening 
with 1%" door Is illustrated above and listed below: 

2 runs of vertical track, each 20' AVa" long 

2 bottom corner brackets with rollers 

4 only roller brackets 

2 only door pulls 

4 only sheave pulleys 

62/2' of coble 

1 only flush pull 

1 2 only mending plates 

2 only chain bolts and bolt stops 
locking device complete with cylinder 

1 weight box (weight box is packing case and 
can be filled with sand or suitable weights) 



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headroQm 
sideroom 
depfK to rear 
packing 

note 



2738 

weight balanced 

specifications for standard set 

width up to 8' 
height up to 8' 
maximum door weight, 200 lbs 

SVi" back to the end of the horizontal track 

8" on weight side, 2" on other side 

6' 2" 

miscellaneous hardware with Instructions for installing pocked for shipment in weight box, 
with tracks and angle braces bundled separately 

on special order, this hardware can be furnished for doors up to 10' wide and up to 10' high 
also up to 16' wide where the height does not exceed 8' 



opproximate shipping weights 







shipping 








shipping 


width X height 


door weight 


weight 


width X height 


door weight 


weight 


8' 0" X 8' 0" 


up to 200 lbs 


60 lbs 


lO'Cx 8'0" 


up to 


250 lbs 


1 20 li)S 


8'0"x 9'0" 


" " 225 " 


100 " 


10'0"x 9'0" 


tt u 


275 '• 


120 " . 


8' 0" X 1 0' 0" 


« a 250 « 


120 " 


1 0' 0" X 1 0' 0" 
12'0"x 8'0" 


u u 


300 " 

300 " 


125 " 
120 " 


9' 0" X 8' 0" 


a a 225 " 


110 " 


U'O^x a' 0" 


u a 


400 " 


1 30 « 


9' 0" X 9' 0" 


a a 250 " 


115 " 


IS'O^x 8' 0" 


u a 


400 " 


135" 


9' 0" X 1 0' 0" 


" " 275 " 


115 " 


16'0"x 8'0" 




400 " 


1 40 " 



flush type set (to order) 

minimum requirements as for standard set abovs 

except depth (see below) 



WOOD CONST. (S}- 



T1UkCKL£NSTH*DOOn»CKKr H 




wide door set (to order) 

for doors not over 16' wide, 8' high; 10' wide, 10' I 




>UNTCRWEIOHT 



TRUSSED BRACE' 



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2738 




details for standard set 



.PULLEY DETAIL 

|\ AT LEFT HEADER 




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electric operator for 
commercial "roll-up" doors 



recom mended 
use 

headroom 

sideroom 

depth to rear 

construction 



operation 



packing 



E-4133-B1 
specifications 

on commercial size Stanley "roll-up" doors • recommended for doors that are used fre- 
quently and where it is desired to open the door quickly from a remote position 

18" of clearance is needed, measured up from the opening • 20" Is needed at the back end 



door height plus 4' 

the operator consists of a box track assembly containing a ball-bearing roller slide and roller 
chain, a motor unit with an adjustable slip clutch, reinforced adjustable door arm, magnetic 
reversing switch, motor protective switch and a 3 -button Inside station 

furnished with Vj or Vi h p reversible motor, 110 or 220 volts, 60 cycle, single or three phase 
AC current • has an adjustable slip clutch with V-belt drive, reduction gears and limit switch 
unit e entire motor unit is contained in an angle Iron frame for protection and convenience 
in installation • In the event that something Is in the opening and does not permit the free 
travel of the door, a thermo-protective cut-off switch will shut ofF the current and prevent 
motor from burning out 

any number of extra push-button inside stations can be furnished on order • available 
on order are cord switches which can be operated from trucks, etc (see photo) and outside 
lock. switches with "open" and "close" buttons (see photo) 

operator can be stopped and reversed at any point of travel by means of the magnetic 
reversing switch • the push-button inside station contains three buttons "open", "close" and 
"stop" and can be wired for either momentary contact or constant contact or a combination 
of both • recommended wiring: wire the "open" button for momentary contact and 
the "close" button for constant contact • in opening and closing, door travels at rate of one 
foot per second • a release lever, located on the under side of the motor unit disengages 
the operator and permits manual operation of the door 

consists of one crate, one bundle and one carton • the shipping weights of unit furnished 
with Vz HP motor, are as follows: 



170 lbs 



bundle 50 lbs 



carton 20 lbs 



this operator is for STANLEY doors only • when ordering, specify door size, headroom, 
depth to reor, voltage, cycle, phase and whether AC or DC current • on special order, 
operators can be furnished to fit other electrical wiring conditions than those listed above 



special 



a magnetic brake unit con be furnished on order • it consists of a solenoid and broke disc 
assembly and is built into the motor unit • It stops the door If the "stop" button Is pushed 
and prevents any possible "coasting" of the door 



[STANLEY] 



electric operator for 
commercial "roll-up" doors 



59 



■^^^■^fi^:4i^m.£' 




ope rotor 

using cord 

switch (extra) 





inside 




control 






switch (exh-g) 




# 




m 


3-button 




station 



magnetic 
-< — reversing 
switch 





Qeikjfobciwg- 
Stci p 
Placed so tt>At 
end bolt IS in 
bottom rail of 
door seciion 



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upper reft four 2712HM 18' x 14' x P^" C8-D8 used In a 
distributor's warehouse 

upper right interior view of the same doors showing double 
reduction chain hoists which are always furnished with 
doors of this size 

center left door 271 2HM 16' 1%" x 22' V x 1^4" with service 
door, used in a steel mill • opening will permit any 
size railroad box car to back in 



lower left an unusually constructed Stanley "roll-up" door -fits 
in this curved top opening 8' wide by 11' 6" high 

lower right Stanley "roll-up" doors 271 2HM in size 16' wide 
by 14' high used in a trucking terminal 




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top refl and center left: door 2717 HL 10' x 10' x VA' wirh 5' of 
high lift • this door it uied in o factory raeoiviiiB platform where the 
crane would interfere with the operation of a regular "roll^up" deer 



lop right: door 2717 HL installed in a garage where greasing 
lifli are used 



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center right: 2730 "swing-up" hardwore used in this modern 
dwelling in Cuba 



below: 36 doers using 27ZVA "swing-up" hardware 




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for doors 9' wide x 7' high 



for doors 9' wide x 8' high 



for doors 16' wide x 8' high 



E4137 AS 



E4138 A5 



E4136 A5 



uses push-button radio controlled operators for residential "rotl-up" or "swing-up" garage doors • made in 
three models for various sire doors 

construction set consists of transmitter, push-buttons for cor and for inside of garage or home, receiver, loop 
antenna, operator, lifting arm, trolley, track, chain, brockets and all necessary bolts, etc. to assemble 

transmitter measures 4 'A" x 614" x JVa" and is mounted beneath the hood on the firewall • operates by 
power from car battery • frequencies are below 400 kilocycles and cannot interfere with other radio or television 
services 

receiver measures 6" x 9" x 972'' • con be used on any standard 115 volt, 60 cycle, AC, line • will not 

operate door on any frequency other than that set for the unit • featherweight loop antenna plugs into receiver 
and may be hung on a hook in any convenient location in the garage • distance control con be set from forty to 
sixty-five feet by adjusting sensitivity control on receiver • inside push-button operates on low voltage, 24 volts 

operator consists of single phase motor operating on 110 volt, AC current, pulleys, belts, track, trolley, chain, 

lifting arm, etc. • opens or closes door within five seconds after pushing button, floodlights the driveway and 
garage interior • door opens from a locked position and locks again on closing • overall size is 21* x 18" x 10" 

model E4137 AS residential operator and all parts needed to assemble for doors, not over 9' wide x not 

over 7' high • Vkth h.p., 110 volt, AC, single phase motor • plugs into light socket 

model E 4138 AS residential operator and all ports needed to assemble for doors not over 9' wide x not 
over 8' high • Y^th h.p., 110 volt, AC, single phase motor • plugs into light socket 

model E 4136 AS residential operator and all parts needed to assemble for doors not over 16' wide x not 
over 8' high • Vi h.p., 110 volt, AC, single phase motor • must be connected to power supply 

general pulley shafts ore supported by self-oiling, bronzoil pillow blocks that ore specially designed for v-belt 
drives 

only 5" cleorance required over highest arc of door 
channel length for 7' high door is 9'; 8' high door is 10' 

packing packed in three cartons for ease in handling with track shipped separately • total gross weight 
approximately 115 pounds 

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